I've been putting some of my writing up for critiques (not this site, a different one), and the ones I got back were beautifully in-depth, detailed, and thorough. They made some fabulous points and showed me errors I hadn't noticed before, and it was all-in-all pretty great. Just one problem - they basically rewrote the entire work(s) I'd shown them. To some, this may simply be a sign that my piece just needed a lot of editing that I hadn't given it, but what they gave me just... wasn't my style. Not that what they wrote is worse than what I did, maybe it's better - but it's not the way I write. It's the way they write. Every writer has their own voice, and they tried to shift mine into theirs. However, I can't stop thinking about the writing advice they gave me. It doesn't suit my writing and it doesn't match up to what I think works best with my style, it's made my writing awkward and clunky, made it so my writing doesn't belong to me anymore. I can't drop it though, and now when I write, I'm writing how they thought I should write and I hate the way it sounds. How can I get my own writing back?