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The UPS Man knows all, if you need knowledge of an area seek him out.
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Lately the topic of what people think of me is coming up way too often, which is unnerving at best, but worse than just the topic is what people say. It turns out that they don’t see the relationships that I see as very close to mean much at all, and where I could go on and on about why I feel like we’re close„ they could just say one sentence and not think of anything more. On top of that they constantly talk to me about how other people that I don’t really know are so helpful and never ask me for help, even with things that I’m good at. I’m not really one to put myself out there enough to say any of this to them, and even if I did I doubt that they would really see just how much saying it would mean to me. So I need help thinking of what to do and how to get loser to people without over exerting myself and getting to the point where I’m too uncomfortable to appreciate the relationship.
I am not sure what you are asking, but if you never talk to people and communicate then they may not feel close to you because if they share and they get nothing back from you it makes them feel awkward. So try talking to them and building the relationship from there.
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Anonymous asked: More introvert jobs: I work in a music shop in the repair department. Usually I see the same five-ish people over and over, and the interactions are very casual and don't drain me in the least. Of course, actually being a repair tech takes years to learn, but if you're doing cleaning and small maintenance like me, that's entry level and relatively simple.
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Anonymous asked: To the person who asked about introvert jobs: I'm a dog-walker, and it's one of the most perfect jobs I've ever had. I get to be outside all day, rarely have to deal with people (I email my clients to check in with them, and text my bosses if I need anything, so rarely even use the phone), get a lot of exercise (which is great for depression), etc. If they're a dog person, this is pretty much a perfect job for what the person described.
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Anonymous asked: To the person who asked about dating an introvert: She's probably dating you because she likes dating you, not because she's looking for someone to "help her through her inward ways." Is she unhappy? Has she asked for your "help" to become more social? If not, you need to have a talk with her. If you start "helping" her without her wanting it, it likely won't work out, and could cause a lot of pain for both of you. Just a bit of advice from an introvert who's had an extrovert try to "fix" her.
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Anonymous asked: I'm an introvert with avoidance, social anxiety, and depression. I have very low self-esteem, and I am terrified of people. However, I need a job. Can anyone recommend jobs? Don't have a college education, I prefer labor-type work than details, and being outside, as well.
Mail delivery person with UPS, FedEx, or USPS?
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I just got caught up in either working shifts at theatres, wallowing in apathy, and some annoying personal troubles. But I am back, I got a new job that I start the end of April, and I am currently having a relaxing week at my parents house where I have been reading or watching TV all day and generally taking a break before I go back to my life in California.
While I was gone something happened to meme generator, which I used for the meme, so I will try and find a new site, but I think the base image may be on my other computer, so hold for that.
Also, some job tips I learned that they don’t tell you in school.
Anyway, i should be back regularly, trying to figure out the move, and generally not wallowing anymore.
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