Confession #1913

#1913 277

Iam highly introverted and this thing I think is affecting my social life, The only place I interact with human beings is when I am at work and on my way back to my apartment from work( I don’t even talk, I just board and alight) then into my apartment.
I spend my weekends inside my bedsitter from friday alone, I don’t even converse with my neighbor, the only time I go outside is when i feel hungry buy food then back to my comfort zone. The only person i converse with maybe once a month is my younger bro who lives miles away from me.
I am not in any romantic relationship because i dread the whole process of approaching girls, I have tried changing but then again i find myself back in my small room comfort zone, I spend my time in the Internet, youtube Twitter e.t.c
Is this a disease? Guys I need your advice, how can i Change

March 8, 2021 |
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2021-03-09 17:06:55

its normal.can you link me to where you are working .am so stressed without a job and having the qualifications .will appreciate most ….you can contact me on 0716165658 for more conversation

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2021-03-09 12:56:39

No. It's not a disease. Am an introvert too. And we derive power from loneliness. We work best when alone. It is normal, don’t try to fix it. People should fit it or go away.

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2021-03-09 06:01:13

You dont have to change my friend. God made you an introvert for a reason. I am sure when you try to interact, you feel exhausted, thats because you want to be fake and against go against your nature. Now, use your time to build a r/ship with Jesus because he set you apart from this world.

Anonymous
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2021-03-08 21:34:21

You are missing opportunities and learning , social life is a health life, interact , make memories enjoy life , its short, no matter what we do memories last , they are worth , very much worth, try living with elders you will see how happy they are when they tell stories etc , i do love that life

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