I am a shy person, it seems like because of my shyness/depression that I just don't have much motivation to go out with people, and usually just hang out with one person that i am close to. I hesitate to go out with people i don't know well because I am afraid I am going to be rejected, or worry about what im going to talk about or that i will do or say something that will cause them to not like me anymore. I dont really pay attention to much of whats going on around me, and usually am stuck inside my head with my thoughts/feelings. It seems like I've been like this since my losses. Is this normal with grief? I was traumatized by the sudden losses of my friends, and I think it is still there and people don't seem to understand why it still affects my life. what should i do?
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