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    My teachers think I'm shy, but the real truth is I'm suffering from depression I don't talk to anybody, I don't even give eye contact I just go into class and sit.. ive noticed while I'm sitting my teachers always inspecting the way I behave which is annoying because I'm trying to hard to hide that I'm depressed as I wasn't so depressed before what could I do. one of my teachers are very arrogant and not sympathising whatsoever making him unapproachable what can I do as he just assumes I'm being lazy.

    Talk to a teacher who is approachable- it doesn't matter if they currently teach you or not.

    Some teachers are way too negatively obsessed with shy people. Like, let us be. They think you're shy and suddenly think you're lazy too. It's them that's the problem, not you.
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