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Posted by anonymous at February 22, 2012
Tags: 2012 February  Loneliness  Sociopathy

I'm 19 5'4 and weigh 95 pounds... I have a social disorder which makes me afraid of being in public places so its hard for me to get or keep a job. I feel useless, scared and alone in life.


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By at 01,Mar,12 12:56

At your age you still have a lot of life to live...I also have had a social disorder so I am aware of the lonely is hard but you have to let someone in and feel love so you are aware of the greatest feeling other than having kids love and it will come your way I am 35 now and been in and out of love twice and the feeling of love is worth waiting for I have been single for 5 years and it is because nobody is honest and one day I will meet the right one but not in my time in fait's time swo hang in there the ups and downs are there to give you a chance to learn from life and as long as you stay aware of life and learn from it I still hope it comes my way but when it does I have to be ready for love as long as your heart is open love will find its way keep your head up.....

By anonymous at 22,Jul,12 20:56

I too am 19, 5'4" and weigh about 100 pounds (and also gay). I also have a social disorder (was recently diagnosed with panic disorder with agoraphobia). I've been taking prozac and going to therapy, which only helps so much. I've started meditating and practicing yoga, which is starting to help me love and accept myself. I still don't like public places or socializing with groups of people, and I often feel older than I am, like everyone else my age is carefree and happy.
Bottom line is, if you accept yourself the way you are it will show others that you're confident and they'll see you as confident regardless of your height or weight.
I'm nowhere near that point yet, but seeing your post helped a little in knowing that I'm not the only one dealing with this.

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