If you sincerely feel being allright being a Gypsy, then you must be allright. If you don't, then you are not allright, and so you need a strategy.
If you feel that your are healthy, and want to be more healthy, then you are allright. If you want to smile to the world, then you might do it while silently singing in your own glowing soul the most beautiful gypsy-song that you know about.
I am not a gypsy, but I have always been treated as a stranger, an alien, wherever I went to; and at a place where I made my own family and became a citizen, there I was still and always treated as a stranger who never ever really would belong to that place.
The real problem is that most inborn people at most places are culturally and biologically inbred, and thus they have in their brain a stinking racistic mechanism that generally functions in one blunt way, that is that they themselves are the right ones in the right legitimate place while all those who for some reason had their origin in some other place, and who in some way do not ressemble the inborn, they obviously must be in the wrong place, and if they perchance might feel that they are allright and not in the wrong place, the inbred racistic natives will ever insistingly and even shamelessly or brutally tell them that they are in the wrong place and certainly feel an unconfessed need, a deep nostalgic pain in their restless soul, of returning back to "down there where they came from", and even their children will be reminded of being in the wrong place.
Native people, especially from racially omogeneous countries in the world, are mostly more or less consciously, more or less fiercely, trained in their culture like robots to feel themselves as being the right ones, the God-favored people in the right place, and to always make others uncomfortably feel that others are not in the right place and that they others sooner must return "down there to that place whence they came from".
But ... you might try to learn to peacefull live with such an inconvenient. And you might strongly proudly try to follow your own interests and to seek belonging and promotion wherever you think you might find belonging and promotion, and thus try to make "pride & good style", or something in that style, be your life's motto.