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By Anonymous - / Friday 8 February 2013 00:28 / Canada - Hagersville
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44, exactly! As a neurobiology student, I read clinical cases all the time where people are socially awkward and genuinely afraid of people in social settings and it's honestly really sad. They tend to be bullied throughout their life (school, career) and people often make jokes on their expense and they're so lonely, they start regarding both negative or positive attention as sign of friendship. Not saying that OP has that but what if he does? We should all be pretty thankful that we turned out as "normal" as we did. I'm sorry, OP. fortunately, we live in a world where you can seek medical help and therapy (or just karate classes!) if you have any kind of anxiety or if you're afraid in public.

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I wouldn't be surprised if the glares from other people weren't even glares. I mean, if some random idiot on a train yelled at another person that the money in the person's pocket was "really their's", I'd probably think the person who was yelling was just being crazy or an asshole. I doubt this is the weirdest or most glare-worthy thing that people have seen on the subway.

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