Carrie Henderson walks around with a scowl on her face. As she sees passersby, she attempts a conversation with an aggressive “Hey!”. Consistently, however, these strangers look at her with wide eyes and quickly position themselves far away from her.
“I just don’t get it,” says a frustrated Henderson. “I really mean well, but nobody will give me a shot. Every time I try to talk to someone, they start taking back and I can’t finish my very important sentences so I start talking about them passive-aggressively until they finally pay attention to me. I don’t see anything wrong with that.”
Henderson claims she’s had a problem socializing for years. She’s talked to numerous advisors of all different capacities, attempting to work out her issues. Each of the advisors, she claims, made the situation worse by constantly pointing out her faults. She consistently left each advisor after one session.
She adds, “I guess I’m just stuck having people think I’m difficult to get along with for all of eternity. There’s nothing anyone can do to help me and that’s fine. Just fine. I’m just fine.”