I have hyper-empathy, I can't stand to see the innocent suffer, so much has happened and there is no place where I can go to avoid hearing about it, I am probaby going to shut down from overload soon
As a tag group I'm in on Fb says, "not reading the comments is self care".I have hyper-empathy, I can't stand to see the innocent suffer, so much has happened and there is no place where I can go to avoid hearing about it, I am probaby going to shut down from overload soon
As a southern Californian, I can definitely relate to this, and especially to the PM part showing contempt for the region affected (in this case, our awful, awful, terrible president). Has there been a terrible drought on top of that? If you're not in a fire prone area, you shouldn't have to worry about the fires themselves, hopefully the fire fighters will keep the fire under control so it doesn't reach residential areas. Just stay indoors and have the housing or buildings filter out the air so it's comfortable to breathe in.High key terrified of these bushfires. I'm not in a fire prone area thankfully but we've had some bad smokey days which has made it hard to breathe. PM has shown nothing but contempt. Feels like it's only a matter of time before it consumes us all.
yeah you do ive really liked you from what ive gotten to knowI feel like I have no talent or any remarkable feature :\
thats fine. just be yourself thats what counts. there are many people who are not good at body and face expressions, if you just put a little effort into it it will become second nature before long.On top of being talentless I'm also bad at being social irl.. I read peoples cues but I often can't deliver their desired responses. Body/face expressions don't come natural to me, and I have very little practice out of my own fear of intimacy.
what did you avoid? probably is never too lateI avoided my special interests half of my life due to being bullied in grade school, so I'm not even remarkable at what I love.
im sure you're not. what makes you feel this way?I feel like I'm a burden on everyone :\
im not a therapist but meh im giving it my bestIdk if these are problems non therapists could provide advice for, I understand if that's the case.
I don't want to sound harsh but caring about other's desired responses a lot is not good and will make you feel more nervous. You should just give the responses you desire. You don't have to care or be worried by what others will think and go "oh no what will their response be? What if what I say does not please them? What if they end up hating me?". I once thought this way. I used to make bad jokes all the time and speak loudly at school out of nervousness so as to get the attention of others and be popular, but it did not end up working and it made me feel bad. But then I realized it was better to just relax and say what I wanted. It ended up working ironically, and I progressively felt more sure of myself, so now I feel good. It may sound bad at first, but the best thing you can do is to just be yourself and give the answers you please (but with respect obviously. Answers should be given to you with respect too. If someone's being an ass, it's better to just ignore him/her). As I see it, it's that simple.On top of being talentless I'm also bad at being social irl.. I read peoples cues but I often can't deliver their desired responses.
I avoided my special interests half of my life due to being bullied in grade school, so I'm not even remarkable at what I love.
If one does not practice/study for whatever he wishes to do, talent is meaningless.I feel like I have no talent or any remarkable feature :\
The first person in this hypothetical scenario does not exist. No one is born with an innate ability to greatness, least of all people who display great skill in a craft.Imagine a guy who's got talent to paint godly paintings vs one who had less talent but has studied and painted for ten years.
tbh I don't listen all the time tho should change that but it's not like ive been ignoring most of the lesson or anything that badunless you weren't there or weren't paying attention, the fault of not knowing what to do comes from the teacher failing to teach correctly