Quote 130 – dysfunctional family scapegoat 9

The scapegoat is likely develop feelings of intense psychological distress, perform well below his / her best academically and later, encounter serious problems with social interaction.

Psychology # 44 : The Mascot (Clown)

 

 

You noticed any child acting like this?

 

Even in workplace, I worked with people who always laugh for silly jokes or minor / non-sense things.

 

At surface, they seem happy for live and optimistic for everything, but I just knew they are masking their insecure / shame and guilty by fake happiness.

 

That’s why we heard stories from time to time, mentioning this or that person seems happy all times but how come they commit suicide or doing horrible things to others suddenly.

 

 

What do you think? You met someone like this?

Psychology # 36 : Lost Child

 

 

Umm….though I’m a scapegoat, but do find some of the characteristics from “Lost Child”.

 

I was so QUIET and always lock myself in room for days, dive into reading and own stuffs in order to escape from the dysfunction / chaos at home.

 

When I step into adulthood, I feel anxious and shy in front of strangers, afraid of conflict because I already sick with drama.

 

How about you? Do you have these symptoms too?