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Davidee

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Why dont you start with the part where you had to see a mental doctor.And share the outcome, it could answer a lot of questions.
 
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@The.Black.Templar

me being in boarding school since class 4 second term there was parent meet teacher every visiting that is immediately the parent arrives.So me being in two different primary schools I had quite a number of classteachers and this scenario always played out.

Teacher :Mama ol monk huyu kijana wako ni mzuri hana maneno LAKINI amenyamaza sana sioni ata akicheza na wenzake.

Mama ol monk : ol monk ni nini mbaya

ol monk: hakuna niko sawa

Teacher : hiyo si kawaida tuambie shida ni nini tukusaidie

ol monk : *crickets sounds*

So enter high school I swore I would be more talkative lakini wapi same old ol monk.

The scenario plays out again

Thankfully it wasnt my father around because as usual it would be a tirade of all sorts.

Enter colle

Some classmate called be a bubu and had this sneer if I had a gun I could have blasted his face.

so @Mundu Mulosi how could such a person have friends.
That doesn't sound permanent....hizi shida zote uko nazo niza kujiekelea.
 

Ingia

Village Elder
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@The.Black.Templar

Teacher :Mama ol monk huyu kijana wako ni mzuri hana maneno LAKINI amenyamaza sana sioni ata akicheza na wenzake.....

Teacher : hiyo si kawaida tuambie shida ni nini tukusaidie

Enter colle

Some classmate called be a bubu and had this sneer if I had a gun I could have blasted his face.

so @Mundu Mulosi how could such a person have friends.
Its called confirmation bias. If you are different in the society, even in an harmless way, you are less likely to be loved.
 
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Unicorn

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@ol monk , I want to be your friend Na sio wa dry fry since I think I'm older than you and I'm not a cougar...yet. I can be kinda like your wingwoman cheering you on...
 
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