This is the kind of question that you would get from someone who has trouble understanding what “self-awareness” is. But, let’s put ourselves in the shoes of someone who is having emotional difficulty with an issue.
Self-awareness is not something we are born with. It is a state of being. We are aware of our emotions and how we feel them. We feel the emotions, then we have to decide whether or not to act on them.
For a lot of people, feelings of self-awareness cause them to feel like they have to change their behaviour. It’s one possible explanation for mental illness, but for the vast majority of people, it’s not the cause of mental illness. Instead, it is the result of a problem with self-awareness. I’ll come back to that more later, but let’s just say it’s a problem with self-awareness.
And that problem is with “self-awareness.
To be clear, we are not saying that you are a sociopath or a psychopath. In fact, we’re saying that you are a person who is not aware of your own emotions and how those emotions impact other people, and so it is your job to learn to identify them. Some people who have not been self-aware in the past do not recognize the signs of depression, or recognize it as such, and then act on them.
Many people with depression have actually had friends who have done the same thing (although maybe not as self-aware). Some have learned to recognize the signs of depression and then recognize their friends or family members who have these signs. This is often the first time that these friends or family members have noticed the signs of depression.
That’s why people with depression are usually at an easy time to spot. If someone is depressed, they are usually very social and outgoing. If you are not around, you will probably not notice the signs of depression on your friend or family member. Although this is the most obvious, it is still a very useful tool. In the case of depression, it’s the first time these types of people have noticed something has gone wrong in their lives.
One of our recent case studies revealed that a man with depression would sometimes go to your house to talk to you about it. He was probably depressed because he was feeling rejected by his friends and family. He just wasn’t ready to admit it to anyone, and so continued to avoid you. As a result, he would get very lonely and depressed. Because he didn’t want to admit that he was depressed, he did not go see a therapist for depression.
The fact that this was a result of him not seeking help for depression is what makes me think that he might be a sociopath, but the idea of a man who has a problem with what other people think is so ridiculous, that I just laugh right in his face.
My friend, who you call a sociopath, does a lot of things that are sociopathic. But as I said in the last paragraph, it is just a ridiculous idea to call him a sociopath.