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Have you ever felt the desire to cut people out of your life even though they did nothing wrong?


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So last year, something happened to me – it wasn't anything that bad and it'd probably seem dramatic and silly to most people here, but it totally destroyed me. Ever since, I've just wanted to shut myself away. I've always been a homebody but this is totally different. There are so many people around me who I love to death, but when I see them and talk to them I just feel anxious and miserable. I just want to have the feeling of complete aloneness and a "fresh start" rather than have so many people who are kind of in my life but kind of not. It's gotten to the point that I honestly just want to stop interacting with my friends and acquaintances altogether. I still live at home, so it's like I don't have ANY human interaction, and I just know I'd be so much happier. The problem is that it just feels like an immature and selfish thing to do, especially to the people who need me/rely on me. Do I have a right to do it for my own happiness, or is it just a total dick move?

I don't know if this is even relatable to anyone... it's such a strange feeling to not want to have anything to do with people that you actually really love when they didn't do anything wrong at all

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On 12/12/2021 at 3:38 AM, Taeganger09 said:

I'm guilty of doing it way too often and couldn't name myself what it is. Lately, I've done some research into attachment style because imo it has something to do with it, and I found one interesting youtube video below

 

 

According the psychiatrist in the video, there are three types of attachment styles and I think I fall into insecure-avoidant attachment style. If you wanna know more about it, please watch it which is very informative. Seriously. Basically, avoidant attachment can make you avoid intimacy and closeness and I'm working on it myself.

 

thank you so much for this!

I think insecure-avoidant attachment is exactly the right term

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