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Old April 26th, 2014, 09:28 PM   #14
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Red face Re: What does it feel like to be calm?

Originally Posted by Thatcarguy View Post
Ive never had this problem and dont think i ever will ive always been laid back and chill and never meltdown even when people are screaming at me it just doesent bother me lol.
Well.... I feel fine when I've been home for a while and had time to recover and cool down but I always feel the same when I'm outside and because of that when I'm at college I just go sit inside mostly at break and lunchtime. I've never been too good outside but that was just a new low. Making me think even more that I'm agoraphobic, some people with agoraphobia refuse to leave the house but luckily I'm not THAT bad although I might as well be. I'm not trying to sound angry right now, it's just too hard for me to communicate my feelings sometimes. It's mostly down to autism in my case but; I always feel happier when I'm listening to music SO I would outside BUT I'm too scared of people looking at me making stereotypes of me being a chav in their heads and just giving me those strange faces and me not being able to say anything. If I could zone out and listen to music for every second I bet I would be much calmer but sadly it just isn't possible...
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