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Emotional advice this is my first post since i just join this site. i'm from Malaysiaand my english are not very good. so sorry for the grammar.

my problem is that i think everybody hates me. it seems like everywhere i go, i cant fit in. recently, i continue my degree and during class, no one will approach me first. i dont know where i went wrong. i smile all the time and always try to be friendly but they seems like dont like me.

i notice that i'm quite a perfectionist because i want the best for my life. and i think the way i make a presentation for my assignment get them annoyed.

a long time ago, i'm a cheerful person and doesnt care what people think of me. but now, everything that i think is others perception of me. it makes me feel shy and not confident.

i want to be cool. what i supposed to do? how to avoid being annoying? and how to change their perception of me? please help me...*sad

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Dear Friend, As you told you are quite a perfectionist.This is something make you different from other.Nobody likes a perfect person other than you its because they dont feel you are like them.So dont try to be perfectionist . Also one more thing do social activities and get yourself busy. You also told no body approched you hey dont feel bad just be a interesting guy rather than a perfect guy this problem will be solve then and there. Hoping this will help you a little bit . Take care

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i felt the same a year ago,thats because you want to be like others to make friends,but you must accept yourself and understand that everybody is unique,i think to be perfectionist is not so bad,cause im perfectionist to and im not going to change it,i love it.but you must know that nothing can be perfect in only one minute you must do hard working and reach to the perfection.its a bit difficult to understand but i guess you do

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