Welcome to the forum, Naida!
You said that you thought you knew what kind of kin you are, but now that's in doubt.
I'd look at it another way. You have, somewhere, a series of questions - things like "Why don't I feel at home anywhere?" or "Why is there another voice in my head?" or "Why does my body feel like it should be wolf-shaped?"
You might not have actually formed those questions into words, but they're there, somewhere.
You initial idea of kintype was your first attempt to answer those questions. Maybe you have another question that your idea didn't answer. Maybe you looked at your idea and realised that it was a leap from the questions, a guess rather than a deduction. Maybe this was all subconscious and so you just became aware that your answer was not a good fit; its shape was not quite the same as your own identity and so you felt uncomfortable.
My advice to you would be to work out what those questions are, and try to answer them. Look at them together and in isolation. Don't worry about "Am I otherkin?" - that's not one of the questions that brought you here in the first place. Look at the questions about you, think how to answer them, and look at your answers. If some things feel faded and not solid in your mind any more, look at them too - look at them especially closely in fact, because the chances are you pushed them away for a reason.
Question and answer, question and answer. And the first part is always finding the questions.
Ubi Dubium, Ibi Libertas
Quote:"I have suffered from being misunderstood, but I would have suffered a hell of a lot more if I had been understood."