- I do not talk to a lot of people
- Why do I have a phone? I barely talk to people.
- Most of my free time is invested in bed...sleeping.
- I really need to work on my social skills
- That buildings have ceilings
- I daydream way too much about people and hypothetical arguments
- Time moves slowly when you are constantly checking for messages and there aren't any messages
- Avoiding situations is hard when there is no distractions
- I am my own best friend since I spend most of my time alone that I find myself laughing at my own jokes...
- Complaining is useless when you have no one to tell it to
I could continue going, but I think you all have the gist of how my way of self-discovery is coming along. Though as of now I am slowly getting adjusted to not having my face in my phone screen and actually looking around my surroundings and actually talking to people face to face. By far face to face communication is my favorite way of socializing even though I may choke on my own saliva while laughing, have brain farts in between my sentences and mumble, my facial expressions makes up for all those embarrassing moments. Even messaging people has reduced immensely, now I just say what I need to say and I end the conversation. Drama is not my forte nor do I want to be sucked into that vortex. I do not need anymore stress as it is. To think about it, I bet my mom is going to be happy when she sees the phone bill... Besides the point, sometimes you need to eliminate the distractions in order to get to the core of your problems or to be able to get to know yourself without the influence of others. I am surprising myself everyday of how much my behavior has changed and how I am handling with things like school, advice, people, and so forth.
A selfie for my readers since I have no where else to put it... even in this picture looks like I am crying for help... This is only the beginning... Must stay strong!)
What are one of the tough sacrifices you have made?