People can be tough to handle. You might reach a point when you just give up on trying and accept the fact that they’re hopeless and you’re just sick of everyone’s BS. If you relate to at least one of these signs, you have reached your breaking point and are most definitely sick of everyone.
Social media trimming
One day, while scrolling down your Facebook newsfeed, you stumble upon a picture of this crazy party from that one friend of yours who seems like she’s constantly traveling. And it hits you: enough is enough. You then proceed to spend hours unfriending people and feeling quite accomplished from it. If you’re especially sour, you’ll be that girl who posts about unfriending people like everyone who made the cut should be proud of themselves.
You’ve spent years of your life being friendly, sociable and meeting new people whenever you could. You’ve earned the right to batten down the social hatches, allow your closest friends in your good graces and accept that the universe has no one else worthy of your time to offer. This is when you need the exact list of people coming to any sort of event before you can commit and when you need a great reason to go out in the first place.
Everything is personal
Why is that car tailgating me? Why does everyone in front of me walk so slowly? Why is the waiter not solely focusing on my needs?
If this sounds like you, then you’re definitely sick of everyone. Every social interaction becomes a battle, and there’s no way you’re losing that battle. Watch the constant complaining though, chances are people are also getting sick of you.
Kids are overrated
There I said it! They’re loud, smelly and just not that cute, except for Riley Curry, she’s flawless. If you agree with this, then you’re allergy to people has reached an even higher level.
Are you sick of everyone?! Feel free to let it all out in the comments!
Alexandra Smith is majoring in Psychology, with a minor in Creative Writing. In her free time, she enjoys running, hanging out with family friends, and roaming the world with her camera in hand.