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The biggest mistake people make about me

I think the biggest mistake that people make about me is that I'm rude or really mean. I'm one of those people who have those naturally mean looking faces when you're not even meaning to. I'm also pretty quiet at first. I'm shy but I also hate small talk and dont' feel the need to talk to everyone. If I'm in a group with tons of people, like at a party or something I won't talk to everyone because I don't have the desire to. If I talk to someone I'd like to talk about dreams, future, past, memories, serious issues, things that make them sad etc, I hate the typical hi how are you type of conversations and it's hard for me to keep those going so I seem typically rude, uncaring and mean. But if you actually get to know me, you'd know I'm so interested in what you have to say, I care a lot I'm just extremely bad expressing it, and I'm really nice. I'm the person who will pay extra close attention to you while everyone else is talking over your story. I'll go after you when you storm out, I'll listen to your problems and help you. I'll do everything in my power to help you but I'm so quiet and guarded that not many people see that side so that's probably the biggest mistake people make about me.

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bestwriter wrote on November 5, 2014, 4:31 AM

This will be the outcome when you expect others to understand you when you are not playing a role that will help them understand you better. People judge us by our expressions, our speech and taking part specially at functions. It is ok if you do not want to change but at the same time you must expect these things about which you have spoken here. Cool it. And enjoy yourself.

LoudMan wrote on November 5, 2014, 8:52 AM

As fo how you might look, are you saying you have "resting bitch face" syndrome (Search for it on YouTube. Very hahahaha!)? I have "resting A$$hol3-face," myself.. :D

LoudMan wrote on November 5, 2014, 8:54 AM

Ever want something to lift the mood? This might help. :)

Feisty56 wrote on November 5, 2014, 12:20 PM

I understand what you're saying, because I tend to be much the same. What I decided for myself, though, is that because of my demeanor that was often mistaken for aloofness, was that I had to make some determined changes in myself. I still don't participate in gossip, but I do make an effort to engage people in the polite conversation that precedes the more hearty discussions.

Scorpie wrote on November 5, 2014, 1:02 PM

It is a blessing not a curse to have a permanent bitch face. In the long run people will not bother you as much, a true blessing.

paigea wrote on November 14, 2014, 9:31 PM

I am often lost in my own thoughts, so people take my serious face for unpleasant as well.