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Why do I annoy myself so much?
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I want to stop hating myself but everything I say makes me cringe. I just can't seem to like myself. It's like I'm annoyed at my own personality. I feel like everyone else is annoyed with me since I'm annoyed with me.
sorry if this is supposed to go in depression-
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#2
I sure can relate to that. Sometimes i think so little of my self that i avoid saying anything in social situations, thinking that my own view or opinion is so worthless that there is no point in saying it. Then there is there is assuming what other people think of me, when its actually me just hating on myself. Sometimes it gets so bad that i end up over-analyzing the smallest body movement or facial expression. Which ends up in me burning out my circuits and ending up being super awkward.

I get tired of my shit so much that i just wanna  Club

Do you go through similar phases?

Have a nice day.
When you look at someone through rose colored glasses, all the red flags just look like flags
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(05-17-2019, 11:44 AM)Phantimos Wrote: I sure can relate to that. Sometimes i think so little of my self that i avoid saying anything in social situations, thinking that my own view or opinion is so worthless that there is no point in saying it. Then there is there is assuming what other people think of me, when its actually me just hating on myself. Sometimes it gets so bad that i end up over-analyzing the smallest body movement or facial expression. Which ends up in me burning out my circuits and ending up being super awkward.

I get tired of my shit so much that i just wanna  Club

Do you go through similar phases?

Have a nice day.

I feel the same way a lot. It's like mega social anxiety, I think. I just wish I could stop having such a low opinion of myself.

Hope you have a nice day too.
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(05-20-2019, 12:02 PM)Juni Wrote:
(05-17-2019, 11:44 AM)Phantimos Wrote: I sure can relate to that. Sometimes i think so little of my self that i avoid saying anything in social situations, thinking that my own view or opinion is so worthless that there is no point in saying it. Then there is there is assuming what other people think of me, when its actually me just hating on myself. Sometimes it gets so bad that i end up over-analyzing the smallest body movement or facial expression. Which ends up in me burning out my circuits and ending up being super awkward.

I get tired of my shit so much that i just wanna  Club

Do you go through similar phases?

Have a nice day.

I feel the same way a lot. It's like mega social anxiety, I think. I just wish I could stop having such a low opinion of myself.

Hope you have a nice day too.

i am like this too. and i've seen others say/do similar things as me but they don't care, they're on to the next thought. i wonder why we put ourselves under a microscope and get annoyed and others just go with the flow
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#5
Anyone with low self-esteem, (myself included) is more sensitive to put downs and insults. its like "hey man, isn't enough I gotta deal with this internal bully, and you gotta put the boot in as well!"
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(05-17-2019, 10:49 AM)Juni Wrote: I want to stop hating myself but everything I say makes me cringe. I just can't seem to like myself. It's like I'm annoyed at my own personality. I feel like everyone else is annoyed with me since I'm annoyed with me.
sorry if this is supposed to go in depression-

I used to be that way too when I was a teenager. I used to be so hard on myself that I was never satisfied with the artwork, or stories that I produced. Nothing I did was ever good enough, and others picked up on how I felt.

Have you tried practicing self-validation? It helps a lot with overcoming self-esteem problems. I even wrote an article on it on my blog. Hope it helps.

https://authenticyou93.blogspot.com/2019...ation.html
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