There's something really wrong with that story.Finally, I fell over backwards in a chair screaming "Nooo!!" when someone asked me if I wanted to pet a snake... and in another case, when a bunch of people were playing with a snake the teacher had out, I was shivering in the corner with everyone laughing at me until they were done.
Didn't the teacher help you, or tell the kids to stop laughing at you?
I hate to break it to you, but it is the real you after all.So yeah... I'd kind of prefer not to be judged by what I do unconsciously. Because it's pretty embarrassing in my case. It's not like I haven't TRIED to stop, but those impulses are really, really strong.
I have shocked myself with my responses at times.
But then I can be, well, shocking!
It's a part of who I am.
We can't really say: "Oh don't judge me on what I can't control."
Of course we can judge. It's who the person really is.
Take alcohol for example.
It makes people lose control of their "guard."
What they are trying to hide or protect.
Ever seen a mean drunk?
It's amazing shit.
Maybe people should take the MBTI, drunk.