I haven't had a real best girlfriend since middle school. I dropped out of high school simply because I was too afraid to be around people. The first two years of college I just muddled around, sat in the corner, and kept to myself. At the age of twenty I had a major depressive breakdown. I was unable to accept living my one dimensional life. A life that I lived for some seven years. So I changed the way I interacted with people....I actually interacted them! Don't get me wrong this was not easy, in fact it was sometimes horrifying . After this awaking of sorts, some things have change. I have a job now, which really isn't going to well . I have a boyfriend too, who I did meet over the internet, he turned out be perfectly nice, and very supportive. Yet I still wonder, is this as good as it gets? I mean, isn't there anyway to completely eradicate social anxiety? Well, at least to the point where one can function in society normally .
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