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    I'm often like this in social situations, where I might be quiet & reserved on the outside but on the inside all sorts of things are going on in my head. For example I worry about how certain people will react if I interact with them but with others I find it easier as I'm more comfortable around them. Any ideas on how I can improve in this area? Thanks
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    I'm often like this in social situations, where I might be quiet & reserved on the outside but on the inside all sorts of things are going on in my head. For example I worry about how certain people will react if I interact with them but with others I find it easier as I'm more comfortable around them. Any ideas on how I can improve in this area? Thanks
    stop giving a damn.. I'm slightly the same and tbh I'm starting to care less and less.. I've realised people are just asswipes you show weakness they exploit it. If they dont like you then so what? I have a small group of friends, a gf and a child I dont feel like I have to make an effort anymore.. I'm sure you're a nice guy so **** their reactions.

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