This 7-Picture Test Will Reveal A True Difficulty You Have In Life
You have a very short attention span, which is especially difficult when it comes to getting your work done. It's not like you're lazy or anything, you just genuinely find it really hard to set your mind to just one task. You often find yourself just aimlessly flicking between tabs, or realise your mind has wandered off into some random conversation with itself when you were trying to solve a very specific problem. When you do have a rare burst of being able to concentrate properly, you try really hard to make the most of it.
You often feel very guilty when you don't socialise, because although it's something you enjoy, it can also get quite tiring, especially on top of all your other commitments, and it sometimes feels as though it's a chore rather than a pleasure. You often find yourself tempted to make excuses and stay in, but this just leaves you feeling bad. It takes quite a lot of effort to motivate yourself to go out and see people, even though you enjoy yourself pretty much every time.
You like to give off an air of being confident and even a little cocky at times – you quite enjoy being at the centre of conversations and making people laugh. But on the inside, you rarely feel as confident as you act, and you sometimes use this false confidence as a kind of barrier. You don't feel that comfortable opening up about your feelings, and you tend to avoid it wherever possible.
There are very few people you feel 100% comfortable with – just a few very close friends and family – which means a lot of the time when you're socialising, you feel a little too awkward to be completely yourself and really let your guard down. You worry about embarrassing yourself and care quite a lot about what others think of you, and you really hate the idea of someone not liking you.
You often feel like life is a bit overwhelming, and like you're struggling to get every aspect of it under control at the same time. It feels like as soon as one thing feels sorted and comfortable, life will conspire to make something else difficult for you, and it can get very tiring. You spend much more time than you should feeling stressed and worrying about situations that almost certainly won't happen, just because that's how your mind works.
You find meeting new people quite intimidating, especially the initial part of it, and can get a bit worked up before an event when you know you're going to have to make a lot of awkward small talk. You feel much more comfortable in your small group of close friends, but most of the time these new encounters aren't as bad as you fear. This doesn't mean you feel any more comfortable about it the next time you're faced with a similar situation, though.