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When Social Phobia Makes You a Bad Friend

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“Would you like to have lunch?” It’s the first day of classes. It is lunchtime. This girl seems very nice, and we share at least one interest.

We are both taking a course called “American Diva” that I am really excited for. But I hear myself say, “Uh…. Sorry, I have mac and cheese at home.” I think that may be one of the most embarrassing things I have ever said, and I regretted it the minute it slipped off my tongue.

I love mac and cheese and I did have some at home and I’m not a sharer with my food, but the fact that I would rather sit alone at home with mac and cheese instead of potentially making a good friend isn’t a good sign about my mental health, especially considering how few friends I had in the city at the time.

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