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Old 14-03-18, 03:01 PM   #1
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Default Can't get out of the outcast zone

I am writing this because I seriously need help and a good advice.I just always feel like an outcast.It is just very hard situation for someone to be, and I cant take it anymore..Of course I have zero social skills and I dont know how to go and sit with a group of people without making it akward.And I dont think just that.I feel people treat me with a very wierd way like I have something bad on my face or something and I feel that way since a little kid.I have felt lots of rejection from people even those that now are my closest friends.I am not saying others are wrong,I am convinced that there is something wrong with me but I dont know what.As I said before I have 2 close friends that are not treating me wierdly,but it wasnt always like that.II wish the whole thing was on my head,but it is not.I know that fitting in an already tight group of friends is difficult even for the most social-skilled person but I think in my case,something is wrong.I am just very bery exhausted of this situation and..it is just hard
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Old 14-03-18, 11:22 PM   #2
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Can't really assess your situation based on your description in your post above.

But since you have two good friends, and this apparently because you aren't quite what you used to feel like, these friends should be able to help you to widen the range of yor social skills a bit.

You could also talk to psychologists or social workers in public services or charitable social organizations about your problem.

Maybe they have recreational programs or such that you can participate in, where you can develop your social skills more supervised. And if you can get your two friends involved in such programs, the more fun it is the more success you may gain.
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When I was still in school, I was in that situation. Honestly, it is hard to get out of that situation, and sometimes it's not always the best to be in; but as long as you aren't bullied it is sometimes better to stay there - once people start to notice you, if they don't like you, they can go from being indifferent to being dicks towards you.

But let's assume they won't, we have faith in humanity being kind to one another... If you join a school club, you'll easily make friends that way; whether it's a computer club, sports club, or the choir. If it interests you, and someone else, you will be able to talk to them about that thing, and conversations progress without you realizing it.

Social situations are hard, but if you give them a chance, and persevere you'll get past a barrier and speak normally with some people (not everyone). Then they may invite you out with their friends, and you go through the same loop, and keep going, and blah blah blah... you get the point.

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