Marian: Interacting with people is a two way street and even if you've done your best or you've been your friendliest you can never control how other people will react. I also wonder why a lot of people can easily handle striking up a conversation with virtual strangers and I really want to figure that out too so maybe in the meantime you can just think that everyone reacts in different ways. If you think you've done your best when you try to interact with people and they still don't respond in a nice way, then move on and talk to someone else; you can never please everyone.
"Is it wrong that I want to be by myself more than I want to be with other people? I don't hate them or anything I just feel really weird when I'm around them and I'm always urged to go out and interact more and I'm invited to a couple of hang outs and stuff but most of the time I just want to decline and make up some excuse because I know that if I go out I'll end up feeling more tired and that really bothers me..... is something wrong with me?"
Marian: Nothing is wrong with you if you want to spend more time alone. Some people are more comfortable when they're in a group while some are more comfortable when they're alone and that's perfectly fine. Although no one can force you to hang out with anyone or go anywhere you don't want to, interacting with other people is still very important and I would strongly suggest that even if most of the time you decline invites and hang outs, don't completely isolate yourself from your friends and family; go out every once in a while and spend time with the important people.