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Is your social awkwardness fixed or a result of your lifestyle?

Posted 3rd January 2021 at 10:52 by amara

I was thinking of this yesterday. I realised part of my social awkwardness is basically just a lifestyle of not having enough interaction with others which makes me feel more like I am on a different wavelength to most people and have different priorities to most people.

Even if I was mostly the same but had a group of people to speak to, on an equal level, I think I would automatically be a bit less socially awkward or feel less socially awkward.

So to me it seems like I should aim to be and feel less socially awkward but not too much. Fitting in is overrated, while it calms one down I think fitting in has a cost of having to conform with others. Feeling like an independent thinker that feels like too much of a sacrifice. So I think self confidence and accepting that you won’t fit in everywhere is better.

I do think there is an aspect of social awkwardness that is more fixed though if you suffer from a personality disorder or neurological disorder. However if you have social support I think the social awkwardness is less painful and more manageable.
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