Okay... so I think I may have figured out why my protagonist has felt so flat to me and I'm more connected with the antagonist. My protagonist is a young character (18) and she has lived a pretty sheltered and protected life. She's grown up in a very healthy family and her internal conflicts, though they are there, do not impact her significantly. In the real world, she would come across as a well rounded, healthy individual. This is intentional as it fits with the plot. As the story develops, she begins facing the first hardships in her life and dealing with more internal conflicts, therefore I have found myself connecting with her more. Unfortunately, I'm over 80,000 words in, and I know that a reader is not going to wait 80,000 words to connect with the MC. When doing my revisions... what should my aim be in an attempt to preserve the plot and essence of my character, but also make her more accessible to readers?