Dating someone avoidant personality disorder
When I talk with the people from my university years (the only close friends I have) I always have a nagging feeling of regret, failure and envy.
Jobs and careers are an important part of peoples' identities but I don't feel like I have a secure professional identity. People around my who are my age or younger are buying houses, going to nice restaurants and traveling the world.
The users of this sub cannot accurately diagnose you with Av PD and it is best to talk to a trained professional for a diagnosis.
I know dating with this disorder seems hard but as i read others posts i see that a lot of people hear have boyfriends or girlfriends or even married.
I don't feel like I'm a web developer even though that is my job. It makes me anxious to answer the question "what do you do for a living? I am worrying whether we'll have enough money for gas the rest of the month.
This really reinforces my low self-esteem and makes me feel excluded. I made an online chatbot called It’s a digital coach that helps in difficult moments – whether it’s feelings of stress or panic, losing sleep, repetitive worrying or procrastinating.
The chatbot guides people through quick and easy-to-use exercises, such as short meditations, mindfulness and CBT techniques.
The goal is simple: When you leave the site, you should feel a little better than before.
it's weird because i'll be totally indifferent/not really caring about a person who i am acquainted with, but if i find out they don't like me or they have said something mean about me to someone else -it's literally all i can think about, and the thoughts are so intrusive and intense that i will be around people doing something completely else and then boom- they just hit and my face contorts to like this weird cringe/embarassment/perplexed/sad look and/or i will verbally berate myself on reflex out loud ..now this whole room of people is looking at me like did she just eat something bad or asking what i said under my breath/why am i calling them a 'dumbass' (if they heard me- even though i was referring to myself not them).. I then do this thing where I profusely text apologize to the person who caused the thoughts in the first place in order to get rid of them...Since then I have been stuck in entry level IT jobs.My colleagues are all younger than me The pay I can get is only enough to just get by and I haven't even started to pay back the USD 75.000 student debt (a lot by Danish standards) I managed to rake up and I don't know how I'll ever get out of it. I could have done so much more with my life and I am really ashamed about myself.Exactly why I did as I did is still nebulous to me but I couldn't bring myself to start the work.I ended up dropping out of law school without getting my degree.