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  1. You mean I should see a therapist or something? Tbh you might be right, but I find it hard to do that at the moment. Thanks for your reply anyways.
  2. Thank you for your kind reply. I guess working towards feeling less-self conscious and learning to express my feelings would be the way to fix myself.
  3. Hello. I am a female in her late teens, and I do a lot of things that indicates that I probably have a problem with managing my emotions. First, I have these bursts of frustration that are usually triggered by very insignificant things. Sometimes I would throw something against my wall because I suddenly remember that I dislike the way I look, or hit a random object because my hair won’t turn out the way I want it to, basically throwing tantrums over minor inconveniences. I’ve never done this when I’m in front of people, however, I sometimes snap or throw a non-physical tantrum(if that makes
  4. I really appreciate your reply. Thank you for sharing your similar experiences. It's like I know that I need to express myself, show who the "real me", and "open up", but I just don't know how to do that. It's like I don't even know my own personality anymore, so how am I supposed to express it?
  5. Hello. I wanted to talk about something that's been bothering me for a very long time. Mostly since middle school, I had a hard time forming bonds with others. An obvious reason is because I have always been extremely shy, but even those who are shy have at least a few close friends. I had a lot of problems and mistakes I have made during those times that would be so long a list that I probably shouldn't write here, but mostly relating to low self-esteem, being excessively defensive and trying to be someone who I wasn't for fear of being judged. Pretty stereotypical traits of some middle scho
  6. At first I actually thought that surely, he wouldn't have done all his just because of me, but I guess from then on my guilt grew stronger and I started to think these dramatic things! Thank you for your reply.
  7. Thank you for your kind reply. I guess I cannot always be perfect and it's dramatic to think I was his main reason.
  8. No, it's not that I feel like everything revolves around me... It was just because of the timing. But I'm glad to hear that it is indeed ridiculous to feel that it's my entire fault. Thank you for the advice.
  9. Thank you for the reply. But the thing is, it wasn't exactly stalking. He just sent me another passionate letter after I already rejected him, so although it wasn't the best thing for him to do, I feel that my paranoia and overreaction hurt him more than he bothered me.
  10. Because of the timing and how he seemed to be before that. He performed very well academically, and he did have a few friends so he probably wasn't bullied or anything. It just happened relatively soon after the incident, so that could be the only reason from what I know.
  11. Thank you for the reply. To specify, if it seemed like just a crush, I wouldn't have reacted so badly. It's just that his letters and notes seemed to be very dramatic as well, and it was a lot. So I guess I felt scared, although looking back I should've been calmer. I am a pretty paranoid person... Also, he performed well in school and he was hardly ever absent so it just seems like it was my fault :( . But I guess I just have to feel sorry and move on.
  12. Hello, thank you for reading. Due to my circumstances, I don't have anyone to talk to about this, so I would like to get it off my chest here and some advice would be helpful. I am now a high school senior, almost graduating. More than a year ago, there was this boy in my class. He was very quiet and I'd only seen him talk to certain people. We had a lot of classes together, and one day, he just comes up to me and talks to me about the exam or whatever. I was surprised that he came up and randomly spoke to me, considering that I'd probably never seen him speak to girls. And then soon aft
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