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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-31-2020, 05:41 AM Thread Starter
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Being ignored


Anyone experience that?


I volunteered last weekend at a local run. A guy from my running club volunteered too and he completely ignored me!
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Anyone experience that?


I volunteered last weekend at a local run. A guy from my running club volunteered too and he completely ignored me!
Ouch, that sucks. I had this happen to me too when I used to volunteer at a hospital. I tried making conversation with her, and she just didn't reply. Didn't even look in my direction.

It honestly made me feel a little worthless, like "What did I do wrong?" "Did I say something wrong?" "Am I not worth her time?"

sigh
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My brother just walked by me and didn't even look at me. He does it a lot. Like I should be ashamed to be in his way.
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Yes, all the time. Too bad we're not actually invisible, so we could at least do some fun stuff.

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I ignore ppl a lot. I like it when they ignore me generally, except for when it's someone I'm close with.

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I think people avoid rather than ignore me...
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I dont get it in person much but most of my "friends" ignore my texts and messages. Seems to be a common theme amongst all my friends...makes you feel like ****.
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They do ignore, sometime doing a back turn to freeze me out.

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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-12-2020, 03:56 PM
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Anyone experience that?


I volunteered last weekend at a local run. A guy from my running club volunteered too and he completely ignored me!
someone being rude to you at your running club? sorry to say, it sounds normal.

i was a member of a outdoor fitness club for several years and had some pretty terrible experiences with other members. ive quit now but imo most members to the one i went to were quite snobby and cliquey. in my experience, fitness/running clubs are good places to get over some social anxieties as your meeting and talking to lots of random people but as soon as they stop being fun, quit.
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post #12 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-13-2020, 02:27 AM
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It's normal...people don't usually always notice others...who knows the other person could be equally shy and hesitating to initiate conversation. Personally I like to just hide in the background, do my stuff and leave without having to socialize.
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post #13 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-13-2020, 04:35 AM
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I would say I have the problem that people ignore me when I don't want to be ignored but they're all over me when I want to be left alone.
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