What Do People Incorrectly Assume About You?

Sorry, I am a day late on this prompt, but I took a day off from my technology yesterday.

When people first meet me, they assume that I am shy and quiet. Yes, it takes me a while to warm up to people.

The first time I meet a group of people, I only interact when someone speaks to me. I like to observe and see what type of people are in the room and to who can I relate?

When people get to know me, they find out that I am not as shy and quiet as they assumed. Someone once said they thought I was stuck up. We became good friends in the end.

As a photographer, I don’t have the luxury to assess people from a distance when they come for a photoshoot. To make your clients feel at ease, you have to talk to them.

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3 thoughts on “What Do People Incorrectly Assume About You?

  1. I was painfully shy in high school, and everyone assumed that I too was stuck up. If they only knew how badly I wanted to be friends.

    I’ve since broken out of my shell, but now everyone assumes I am a major extrovert. The truth is, while I am outgoing, I’m an intense introvert. I can be outgoing for that moment in time, but then I have to retreat back into my cave and heal.

  2. 💜 That They “Assume” I AM Attacking Them with Destructive Criticism EveryOne; sure, I Do Make Mistakes in “Assuming” Others ARE Ready for Constructive Criticism EveryBody but I Do My Best NOT!!! To Beat MySelf Up when Others Get UpSet as I Berate MySelf…because My Intentions ARE Pure; yet They Get UpSet and I Don’t Know Why, it’s Frustrating!!!


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