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    I have troubles in knowing how to portray myself, I've heard that people have "mirors" of themselves and it changes to suit the social situation which they find themselves in. I'm in doubt as to how I want to appear to people.
    My friends notice that I change personality wise very frequently between being kind, interested and opportunistic (selfless and sociable) to harsh, uninterested and pessimistic (selfish and unsociable)

    I have been at war with my own conscience through my adolesence, frequently finding myself as my own enemy by making things very difficult for myself. I just want to smooth it over, as well as to fit in better.

    I listen to a huge variety of music, films, books (although tend to prefer darker/depressing books) and tv programmes.. which makes it even harder to classify myself because I don't belong in any social group (was a loner in college ),

    I don't what to be how to portray myself to everyone at once, A social funny guy or a intelligent/serious guy I don't want to look like a idiot and at the same time not a stiff. it probably doesn't help that I watch lots of tv programmes I want to be like several characters and many of them are stupid but they are loved... I want to be loved I guess even though I still want to be intelligent.
    can you be intelligent, funny, sociable and brave all rolled up into one beautiful person ? I don't know I find intelligent people try to hard to be funny and therefore arn't funny.



    Thank you for even reading this. :
    p.s I don't have a God complex
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    Its good to be different, there are far too many people out there that try to have the same characteristics as their friends and to be frank its well boring
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    (Original post by Jaidenh)
    Its good to be different, there are far too many people out there that try to have the same characteristics as their friends and to be frank its well boring
    I know that its good to have different people, i noticed how kids used to change alot and i've pretty much always been the same :confused::confused:
 
 
 
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