‘I never knew why, but I knew I didn’t fit in.
Other people seemed to recognize it as well. I struggled throughout my childhood –- trying to make friends and then maintain those friendships proved mostly impossible. I gathered a handful of friends over the years who thankfully liked me for exactly who I was, even if I was a bit of an oddball at times.
I spent my childhood trying to figure out a world that didn’t make sense to me. Everyone seemed to know a secret innate language that I could never quite translate. This left me outside of most social groups, and led to a lot of anxiety and self-hatred. I couldn’t understand what was wrong with me. Why was I rarely invited to birthday parties? Why was everyone else more likable than me? Despite this, I managed to pass as being on the weird side of “normal,” and neither my parents or teachers realized what was going on.’
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