08 1 / 2013
Thanking the world for evolving, most importantly emailing to make an appointment or take out because I don’t think I would be able to pick up the phone.
08 1 / 2013
This entry may be a little deep and in some way emotional to others. Its something I felt to share. For those that don’t know the definition of the word ‘asocial’ and the difference with the word that’s commonly but mistakenly used, ‘anti-social’, find it below before starting the entry.
- Asocial: Rejecting or lacking the capacity for social interaction.
- Anti-social: Hostile or harmful to organized society; especially; being or marked by behavior deviating sharply from the social norm.
Honestly, for every pro comes a con. That’s what I believe anyway. Many would consider being an asocial a con, I’d say it’s both depending on the situation. I love being in my own space and alone with my own thoughts and sometimes accompanied by a notebook, books, magazines and music and just occupy my mind creatively. Naturally, I don’t talk to too many people. If I do, then we have to be on the same wavelength somewhere and have a mutual love and passion for something as well as open-minded. Meeting new people can be awkward for me at times. I encounter so many awkward situations while being in a social position and environment such as having somebody I know sit next to me on the bus for many stops and I really don’t have nothing to say as I was enjoying my space. Or seeing someone I’m familiar with but choosing to avoid the person because I just don’t want to socialise.