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A very long time ago, I told a guy I liked my key worker. I'm mildly autistic and this all scared her. Anyway, this guy telling her about my crush made her change, but he never told me he was going to or that he had to tell her, or their bosses. Then it resulted in my life being ruined slowly but surely. Both her and another woman overreacted to stuff, so I was constantly bugging them to try to make amends, but I got arrested a lot for sending them abusive messages. I'm usually not like that. The whole situation was upsetting for me and their bosses lied to me.

Since I'm single and I am socially inept, I honestly feel unpopular. I'm online all day long, yet I don't know how to get a bird. Therefore, I use escorts sometimes and waste my cash because I cannot get turned on from being too nervous or they are not nice people. I'm not really always keen on seeing women like this either, as certain ones can be very cold. Well, one time I went to a venue that offers BDSM. Again, this isn't really my thing, but I had sex with a sub in there and I assumed she liked me enough to entice me coming back. But, I'd been on some site to do with Adult Work, and revealed a lot of private stuff about my sexuality, and legal issues.

A mistress who visits those message boards clicked on that I'd been to this dungeon or whatever it's called, so the sub girl I was supposed to meet up with for coffee apparently didn't want to see me again or was told not to, and began making excuses when I was looking forward to seeing her again. I've got the impression I'm blacklisted now.

A while back, I told a person who runs a horror films Meetup group, that I'd been in jail and she blacklisted me. This is not cool, because it's the only group of its kind where I reside. Well, I think it is anyway.

I'm under court supervision. I have to see my supervisor for a chat every so often. It is compulsory, but I guess I can hide stuff. When I told him I told my dentist (a woman) about my injustices and how I was spewing about my life sucking, he assumed I fancied her and ended up getting her work location from the health board.

Last year, I was an extra in a film and an online-only friend had issues with a PA or something. Then I briefly talked about it to a few people who know this PA when we were at a shoot, then they likely told her because one guy went away saying he was making a call, then never said who he was calling. She started not treating me nicely on Facebook thereafter, and I got hassle from people. Well, at some point I tweeted to an actress from the film who had previously been OK towards me, but after she blocked me, I went back and said nasty things. She reported me and also told other film makers to blacklist me. So when I asked some people about being an extra, they blocked me right away.

I've had a habit of posting my real name online, and using the same nicknames on forums where I've had abuse from the members in the past. Then if I went to similar websites, I'd tell them the other forums were not cool, so the cycle would repeat itself. I've also had a page put up on a site about me where people say derogatory things and have my photos uploaded to the site, and again, my real name is available there.

One time, I was being financially abused by an ex, so I broke into her Facebook. She massively mistreated me and claimed she never wanted to see me again. In the same chat, I said I had my money reinstated. Then she quit being angry, and invited me to her house for tea in the exact same conversation. This woman had previously scammed me and continued to do so.

Do I tell people too much?
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Are you a Peep Show episode?
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Yes but the bigger issue here is that you're getting into legal trouble for harassing people. If you stopped doing that then you'd find it much easier as you wouldn't have to keep secrets.
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Yeah, but sometimes, I act the way I do because of how people treat me. You have to admit, if a girl or guy used you two, you wouldn't like it either. And people certainly don't appreciate being used, bullied, or lied to.
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Yeah, but sometimes, I act the way I do because of how people treat me. You have to admit, if a girl or guy used you two, you wouldn't like it either. And people certainly don't appreciate being used, bullied, or lied to.
not at all, but it's no excuse - I've been harassed at work and it was a horrible experience
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OK. I've been harassed everywhere.
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Yes.
You tell people too much.
However as another poster said, the bigger issue is the fact you keep getting yourself into trouble with the law.
People get hurt and used on a daily basis, it doesn't mean they turn psycho or end up being arrested.
I do hope things improve for you, just make sure you take all the help and support you can get.
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I hope so too.
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