Fun City or Country?

Gavin

Member: Rank 6
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Sounds to me you have Social Anxiety Disorder.
Social anxiety is the fear of social situations that involve interaction with other people. You could say social anxiety is the fear and anxiety of being negatively judged and evaluated by other people. It is a pervasive disorder and causes anxiety and fear in most all areas of a person's life.
I probably do to a degree. I can be around people and socialise when I need to but it's not really something I enjoy. And I absolutely hate being in crowds, especially in places like shopping centres.
 

Hunter28

Member: Rank 3
I probably do to a degree. I can be around people and socialise when I need to but it's not really something I enjoy. And I absolutely hate being in crowds, especially in places like shopping centres.
I hear you. Same here. I socialize only when I need to. The more people there are the more I hate it. Probably why I like the country much better than the city.
 

Sunflower007

Member: Rank 3
:emoji_relaxed: ~ I've lived in city all my life and county sides I've only visited. Maybe I wouldn't mind to live in a lovely country setting when I'm older. But it would have to be somewhere with warm climate.:emoji_blossom:


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I found an island in your arms
A country in your eyes
Arms that chain,
Eyes that lie


By: The Doors - Break on Through
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chainsaw_metal1

Member: Rank 8
I dig it. It's the kind of place I would love to escape to now and then, but I'd have to get back to town. Too much silence would drive me crazy.
 

Equality_7-2521

Member: Rank 1
I no longer drive, so the city is the place for me, but if you drop me off at a cabin by a lake with provisions for two months along with vegetable seeds, fishing gear, a rifle and some ammo, you'd never hear from me again... unless you're stopping by with some beer and the copper tubing I need to finish the still.
 

Hunter28

Member: Rank 3
I no longer drive, so the city is the place for me, but if you drop me off at a cabin by a lake with provisions for two months along with vegetable seeds, fishing gear, a rifle and some ammo, you'd never hear from me again... unless you're stopping by with some beer and the copper tubing I need to finish the still.
Great answer! I have done what you see below all by myself several times. I was not bored Fished, went for boat rides, road my bike, hiked and had a fire every night. Only time I had to leave was to get more beer.

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