Author Topic: What makes you want to talk with people? This excludes talking out of obligation  (Read 51 times)

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How do you get over the fear of getting hurt after opening up? I automatically think about the future pain that can occur when a person I start caring about doesn't want to continue working on building a friendship. You can list all the pleasures of connecting with someone, but it doesn't persuade me to let my guard down and feel comfortable talking with others. What is the mindset of people who are outgoing and enjoy sharing about themselves?
Long lasting happiness is created from within--accepting yourself as you are, not needing to change or do anything; loving, understanding, listening to, & being kind & compassionate to yourself; & knowing that you aren't damaged, defective, incomplete, lacking, or missing something, & you're normal.