Originally Posted by dissembled
I kinda have a hard time trusting people..I know talking to a professional is the best option right now..I know I need it. It's just..I was always a loner at school. I don't like divulging my feelings to people.
Because I was a loner...I'm more perceptive of how people view other people. I know that people act nice to you but are really **es in diguise who'll talk behind your back the next chance they get.
I notice these things about people..and it makes me question how some people can even consider themselves 'human'.
Things such as these make me question humanity as a whole. Sure..we'll help the 9/11 victim, the drought victim but observe how you treat the 'regular joes' who aren't victims of such terrible circumstances. Observe how you react to the obese person in class. Or the one who dresses different, looks different, acts different from the rest.
I'm not sure why so many people alienate other people. And in noticing this, I feel totally alone. It seems like I'm the only one who notices this. I mean why else would so many people choose to do this if they had a clue what they were doing? It's really disgusting how hypocritical humanity can be.
And this is why I can't talk to a counselor/shrink/therapist/. I just can't bring myself to connect to other people.