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Re: Are some of us invisible? pat123

Posted by Chris A. on March 22, 2001, at 0:01:40

In reply to Re: Are some of us invisible?, posted by pat123 on March 21, 2001, at 19:47:32

> i really think this is your perception (non-popular vs popular). Also keep in mind that the "popular" have learned what behaviors help them acheive this goal and the "unpopular" can learn these skills, too. Also sometimes being part of a group is not desirable.

Yes perception all important. Mine generally stinks. Learning new behaviors is a tough one for me. My recent neuropsych testing revealed that I didn't learn from my mistakes. Is there any hope? Try harder?
> You are just assuming,

That's the crux of the matter. Assumption is bad for one's mental health.
I appreciate your helpful observations.


Chris A.




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