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I am an ok looking female and I found it hard to make friends my entire life, ever since my first social group environment, which was pre school at age 3 years old. I may have a mild case of Asbergers, or Autism, but I am able to cope with it well, and sort of teach myself to be normal.
Now that I am in my mid 20s, I have grown used to having few to no friends, but I get very surprised, and even freaked out when good looking, well balanced people are genuinely interested in being my friend. It sort of trips me out in a way.
Recently I got a nice hair cut and I have been complimented on it excessively in school, and people have been noticing me and acknowledging me more.
I also volunteered for this event last weekend, and I made an effort to introduce myself to everyone there. At the end, I made a good impression on this really pretty blonde girl who was interested in talking to me further. This really tripped me out because I am not used to it at all.
Another thing about me is that I was on Prozac for about a month to help with my social skills.
So../adv/, are people really this shallow? I am dressing a lot better now, showering etc, have a cute hair cut, and now all of a sudden people see me as a different person. This truly tripped me out and it took me a while to get used to it.It might also be the Prozac because I don't feel depressed or sad, ever. So this may increase my chances of making good impressions on people?
I feel like all of a sudden my life is changing pretty fast.