In science we have 8 lab tables, and it's 4 people to a table. The teacher chose our groupmates at the beginning of the year and we're stuck with them until the end of the quarter. Anyways, there's this guy on my table who's super annoying. Yesterday he kept asking people for water and he kept begging me to give him water even though I told him multiple times my water bottle was empty. He distracted the entire table with his whining saying that he couldn't concentrate without water, but when we told him to go drink from the fountain outside he refused. Today he kept whining about his bloody toe (ewww), and how he needs to go to the bathroom but he used his pass already. I kept shouting at him to focus (even though I had a cold and WASN'T SUPPOSED TO BE TALKING A LOT) and he ignored me.
When I say someone's name repeatedly and even poke them but they still don't acknowledge me. Or when I try to be serious and they dismiss my problems and emotions with a flick of a hand.
When people don't listen to me when I tell them to stop, like when my friends mess with my stuff and use my phone even though I say they can't. We have some of the highest English test scores, so I don't get WHY they can't understand a simple "stop"
My social anxiety. I cannot function in public whatsoever.
When people disagree with my self diagnosis that I have social anxiety, and then get mad at me for "causing drama". Maybe if you STOPPED INSISTING I'M FINE, and then others gang up on me saying I'm "determined to be miserable". I was stating a fact. Not making drama so stfu.
When people say I can't think reasonably because I'm 12. Or that I don't have true emotions or I don't really like someone. Who are you to say that I don't have emotions, it's my life.
Edited by ~DreamButterfly~, 23 September 2014 - 08:52 PM.