School years for me consisted of people pretending to like me so I could make them laugh and shit. My ex-stepsister, probably an ESFJ, and her clan of preppy friends made me aware of this. After this, everyone always seemed to keep an eye on every behavioral slip-up I made.
Basically, her friends would tell her the rumors they heard about me, then she told my parents (or rather father and ex-stepmother), and I was punished quite often. This led to visits from school therapists which I felt was invading. I eventually tried to get away from everyone so that I can have privacy, so I normally stayed home and watched movies and played video games.
Every attempt I made to fit in with others using my own methods got me into trouble, though it was mostly an attention-seeking device. I liked getting shocking reactions out of people and "pressing buttons," but in terms of personal interactions, I never knew whether or not people were being sincere or just being nice to me so I could make them laugh.
I think it was during this stage where I started realizing my unique interests -- something to make me feel good about myself. At an early age, I had rather scholarly interests, including deep knowledge in movies, which was an interest of mine since I was like 4. I eventually started realizing that I was different from the other kids and I started feeling individualistic.
When I came across others with my interests, though, I never wanted to be around them because they made me feel jealous. Hence, I just learned stay away from other people.
Every time I ever went out in public, I felt like I was being watched and a little embarrassed for being out in public. Even now that I'm out of school, I still have this feeling when I go out in public. Sometimes it happens in my own home, but it's not as bad.