I'm obsessed with how miserable extroverts make my life

I want them all to die. I think I would actually be happy for the first time in my life. Especially the ones who act nice privately, but mean when other people are around.

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  • Talk about a huge over reaction! They're not making you feel anything, you're doing it to yourself. If you don't like extroverts, stay away from them.

    Acting nice privately and mean in public has nothing to do with being an introvert, that's just being dishonest and sneaky and some introverts do it too.

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    • I can't completely stay away from them unless I stay in my room. I would rather see them die.

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      • Dude grow the fuck up and move out then.

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      • If you're that much of introvert you need to be living alone. Wanting people who bother you to die is an extreme reaction: you need help

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      • Or you die, or you put on your big boy pants and go outside like a normal person and interact.

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  • Extroverts need to be the balance to the introvert. To want people to die because of it just shows your extreme introversion. Get some sunlight on your skin and que up a conversation at a Starbucks with a random group of people. I’m an introvert and I kick myself every time I do it but I’m adult enough to know I need to work on my social skills.

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  • Dealing with people is exhausting.
    You do not have to work on your social skills. The public is a bunch of assholes and there is little point in dealing with them unless it is to conduct business.

    One thing you could do if someone tries to start a conversation is start making stupid nonsense comments like I tend to do. Not hateful or rude just stupid.

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  • I know you are mad, and no doubt have reason to be, honey, but sometimes you have to have to stand up for yourself.

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    • I don't have the verbal ability to stand up for myself. Someone can say something nasty to me and I have to sit there and take it.

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      • I'd just excuse myself, and walk away. No point dealing with unpleasant people, IF you don't have to.

        It's one thing if they're coworkers or people you have to do business with though.

        Maybe just say a few pleasant words, give a few small gifts, do a nice thing here or there.

        Do the bare minimum of slightly positive interaction that you need to grease your wheels, and push through the walls of idiotic, lip-smacking, meat sticks to get through life with as few problems as possible.

        Do too much, and they might pay too much attention and/or get attached, which could be a nuisance. I also wouldn't advise reacting negatively or aggressively.

        The dogs would probably bark more if you threw stones at them.

        It may not feel like you're expressing your anger, but if you learn to work around people, there's a certain smugness that comes from being able to play your hand right.

        At least, that was the case for me. Good luck, and I hope you're able to find peace and happiness.

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      • zap em with a stun gun then

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      • Repeat after me, "hey asshole, go fuck yourself"! You can do it!

        Maybe start out by just rolling your eyes, and scowling at people? You don't have to punch anyone in the face right now if you get my drift.

        I do think that you should take some self defense classes to kinda get in the groove of being less afraid in your mind.

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        • It makes it worse, to oppose them in any way.

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          • Sign up for a martial arts class anyway, dear heart. Knowing that you can defend yourself if ever you should have to will give you more self confidence, and affect the way you carry yourself. Believe me, big, old Rosie ain't gonna steer you wrong, sugar!

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      • How much of a response is it just to say they are a dick?

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        • This doesn't work. It just invites more insults.

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  • I don’t like people who all the sudden act different around friends or groups of people and just shove you off and butt in all the time

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