Originally posted by Neelu.RoX
Okay so i have 2 groups of friends whom i hang out with on a daily basis.
But when i hang out with one, i act totally different. And when i hang out with the other , i act different. And when i am at home i act different and actulley feel like myself.
I feel like I act fake just to fit in, and i dont know why i do that. It just happens. My sister even asked why do you act so different when you are around different people.
Why do i do this? And how do i stop? I dont act like myself, that's why sometimes i get tired of hanging out with them and just want to stay home...If i act like myself, i am scared, they'll think im annoying, or something...
What impresses me abt u neelu is dat u r NOT in denial of dis situation of urs,which automatically gets u outta d " fake " category of ppl..so stop thinkin dat way first.
and u knw all of us multiple personalities hidden inside us but they r usuallly in a suppressed form in in our " ego " and " superego " part of d conscious and d sub sonscious brain and its generally one personality dat surfaces on our Id ( conscious ) but dis is not d case always....different personalities can stem up in response to different situations,circumstances,thoughts,moods and sets of people around u,it is a just d defence mechanism of our body thru which it tries to adjust its level best wid d present lot its facing by brining up d most closely-related personality it can to d influencing factor in question....though in sum ppl muktiple personalities r too varied,and turn up abruptly w.o. ay rhyme or reason due to certain factors such as genetic illnesses and past emotional stresses.....but i dnt think dats d case wid u....u r jst like all of us and maybe jst a li'l more spontaneous in bringin up ur versatile sides....try to just make it seem more subtle,less influnced and smoother so dat it isnt too in-ur-face kinds...rest I guess u'll be in fact benifittin frm ur instantaneously adaptive nature if u handle it d rite way
Edited by prachi4AJ - 25 December 2008 at 2:16pm