September 9, 2010

Have you ever felt like you were always acting? Frightened people will see the real you? This is what identity disturbance can feel like, you’re not sure who you are or how to act to things so you act the way you feel the people around you will accept. You dont want them to dislike you and want to fit in. But then theres the feeling of not fitting in because you know youre acting, so desperate for approval. Opinions can change too, although you know you’re view you try and accept that opposing view so the person/people dont dislike you or start an argument with you. And you dont feel strong enough to fight for your view because you know everything they say will prove you wrong and being wrong is bad. So you play along and then when you leave you hope they didn’t think you were pathetic for agreeing with everything they said. And hope they don’t realise that you’re really just a bit of a fraud, trying so hard to fit.

I’m not speaking these words as truths but as the way of thinking I have. For example “being wrong is bad” is a way of thinking not a fact so please don’t think that’s what I’m saying.

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