When I first moved here, it was an all new environment. A new school, new people, new town. It was very difficult, as I didn't know anyone and no one knew me. I wasn't necessarily treated as an outsider, because people just genuinely didn't know me.
I understand that
I remember that feeling as a child
that would be hard to come to a new school
When I first moved here I was in a completely different kind of life and i hated it. I was angry for a long time.
I hated moving as a child and too was angery.
I feel like an outsider almost everyday of my life I like i don't like to be like everyone else
Being like everyone else and following the crowd is pretty boring.
That is a shame. Maybe if you weren't a loser you would be fine.
shut up faq boy internet gangster
when life knocks you up pick yourself up and keep going
Stay strong brother
Quit talkin on the keyboard and meet me, keep that attitude.
thats right thats right keep running yo mouth i got sumn for dat this k gon turn you to a parapaligic
Its good to be different.
It's good to be different.
I feel like I am an outsider when I go to other peoples mechanics shops. It is uncomfortable, not knowing what their knowledge is and what their primary work is.
i feel the pain brother
I stand strongly beside you
A time I felt like an outsider was when I went to a college tour with other football recruits. They were all massive and way bigger than me and I felt way out of place. A way I made myself fit in is by just talking to each one of them individually. I got to know them better by the end of a day.
gotta act like you know everyone ya feel.
I would feel like an outsider in that situation too.
When I went to swamp on the river I was an outsider I had never worked with most of the crew and I did not know the guests at all. But I knew it was just a week so I tried to make the most of it and make the best impression I could helping with whatever I could and talking to the guests and try to have fun and be funny and everyone had a great trip.
That sounds fun though.
i would say the only time i have felt like an outsider was when I met my friends in Nevada my mom has friends with kids my age so she thought we would get along. I only felt like an outsider for a little bit because the kids are really cool. we got along really fast and soon we were spending the whole day together everyday
Such a stud you are Brenden.
aw so sad grow up
I felt like an outsider most when I played baseball with a team from Spokane. I had no friends and didn't know anyone on my team so I felt like I was alone. But i made friends with my teammates quickly.
That would be scary!
Its good that you made friends with some of the team.
Its good that you made friends quickly.
I have felt like an outsider before on the first day of a new job when I don't really know anybody and don't know what is going on. It always gets better after the first few days.
I can relate pretty scary.
When I felt like an outsider was when I first started track. Everyone else who was there has done it before and knew what was going on. They didn't treat me as an outsider.
Thats a good point.
I would feel like an outsider too
It's cool that you tried something new.
A moment when I felt like I was out of place is probably when I used to go to a summer school at this church when I was little. I didn't know anyone there they all thought way differently than me and had different mannerisms. They where all super mellow and relaxed witch was nice but it was an environment is want used too.
That can be nerve racking.
There were lots of times I felt like an outsider in middle school. I felt secluded and alone. I think it was hard to socialise in a way I was comfortable with myself and it was hard for others to try and interact with me.
good job trying to make conversation though tallon
A time a felt like an outsider is when I was with my dad's and I met his girlfriends family for the first time. I am already a shy person, so when I felt super out of place. Not only did I meet her daughters, but also their friends so it was very awkward.
When I first moved here I felt like an outcast because I had no idea who anyone was. It made me feel very lonely. Even though people didn't treat me badly I was not included in much because I had a very limited number of friends at that time.
I was at a diner with my parents and a bunch of people I have never met. They were nice and would try and start a conversation but it was never an interesting conversation. I think just because we didn't have much in common.
Having something that you can relate to another person with is very helpful.
When I moved to salmon I moved during the end of my junior year and didn't come back to school until my senior year. It wasn't too much of a shock moving up here because I have been traveling up here my whole life.
I feel like an outsider all the time, my crippling anxiety is responsible for that. It is hard for me to make conversation with people, whether I know them or not, this makes for very awkward situations.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.