”Impolite” behaviors people with anxiety have
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If you have anxiety, or if you know someone who has it, you will understand what we are talking about here. No one knows how the world of anxious people looks like, but we will reveal some secrets in this article. This may help you to understand your actions or the actions of someone you care about. I won’t take any of your time, so, let’s see!
1.Going out. Let’s say that your best friend is a very anxious person. You may call him or her to go out next weekend. Your friend would agree to that if he or she was in a great mood. Your plan was to go out on Saturday. Saturday’s morning has arrived. You have suddenly got a message how your friend cannot go because of some reason. Yes, that was the anxiety. Why has your friend accepted an offer in the first place? She or he was in a great mood at that moment. When Saturday morning arrived, your friend felt anxious.
2.Mobile calls. Oh, I hate these. I hate those phone calls when you even don’t know who is calling. If you are receiving a call from an unknown number and struggling with anxiety, we know how you feel. You won’t answer. Yes, you won’t answer no matter who it may be.
3.Ignorance. Let’s say that you are with your beloved one sharing some very important story and asking for some advice. Suddenly, you have realized how your loved one is just staring at once place and not responding. Why does that happen? She or he is having some conversation with her’s or his mind. It is not about you, don’t worry.
4.Sarcasm. People who have anxiety have a higher level of sarcasm. They are actually trying to defend themselves from all those ”aggressive” words that may hurt their temper. So, don’t worry, their sense of humor is just like that. Enjoy it, it may be fun.
5.Staring at random people. It may happen that you find yourself staring at people randomly. Why does that happen? The same rule can be applied here as for our third fact. You are not here. You are talking with yourself about some imaginary scenario in your head. So, no, you are not staring at someone because they have dressed funny. You don’t worry about that at all. Yet, people may not understand you.
We know how you feel. Accept yourself. Do something that makes you happy each and every day. Fight this battle and believe me, the victory is yours!
5 thoughts on “”Impolite” behaviors people with anxiety have”
It’s like a little window to understanding my daughter better. Thank you!
I really wish I didn’t act this way, but sometimes I can’t help it. It’s almost like a defense so it doesn’t get worst.
My son does all these things and I just hope that it really has to do with anxiety instead of him just being rude.
One of my friends does exactly this. It can help to better understand her.
Well that explains a lot! Maybe then my parents could stop annoying me about being rude to their guests.