The Importance Of Being Antisocial

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Throughout my life I have had issues with being antisocial but not in the most obvious way. In the way where I could converse with and befriend others, my issues was i tend to be antisocial when it comes to friendship and being in groups of friends. I always find myslef to be strayed away. To this day I still can not comprehend why. It is highly reasonableto say i endure complications when it comes to feeling included. This is mostly due to my anxiety. Growing up i was overly self-conscious. Over time this small issues go out of hand thus leading to my mother taking me to a doctor who then recommended me to a sort life coach, you could call her a therapist but that’s not quite what she is. In the darkness of that phase of my life she managed to get me to turn on my own light. She helped me see that every day had light every day …show more content…
I told her about my mom. I told her about my past and my outlooks on the future. I told her bout how I felt and I was confused. She was the first person to know about my sexuality and how for a part of my life I found myself falling in love with a girl. This was hard for considering I grew up in a Christian family and I could never tell my mother. Latisha made it all seem so easy. She mad all my doubt and all my fear seem so pointless. She told me that any god that loved me would want me to be happy and if being with a girl makes me happy then I should be able to do so without fear. She showed me that although I was Christian I could be gay because each relationship with god was individual, and if I wanted my god to be okay with me being gay then he would be. Through countless meeting with Latisha, I found myself opening doors in search of something and I wasn’t sure what I was looking for. But I found purpose in every day I found opportunity in every breath. The day I move doubt of my mother’s house and into my own apartment, I found what I was looking for. I found my

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