Despite our varying needs regarding socializing, psychologists say that personal identity matters for everyone. In a study published in the Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, researchers refer to feeling important as “a key psychological resource.”While we all enjoy going unnoticed, feeling chronically irrelevant can lead to mental problems.
If this belief becomes part of your personal identity, you may have trouble forming and maintaining healthy relationships. ADVERTISEMENT Canadian researchers say that sometimes feeling invisible isn’t a cause for concern.
Instead, it becomes an issue when you suffer from “anti-mattering,” a term they coined. This means that you view yourself as not mattering or feeling important to others.Read more on powerofpositivity.com