Looking for answers on the internet...we've all been there.
I just want you to know you don't have to figure this out on your own.
If you tell the world you’re having a cheeky pre-flight reviver in the Gatwick Wetherspoon’s or lazing around in Lanzarote, then the world’s burglars know you’re not at home.
And if they can track down where you live, they can pop round and check out your household security.
If they invalidate your identity, they could just be trying to protect you (in a very weird way). Those that don't understand often feel the need to invalidate information that doesn't match up with their perception of someone else.Others may feel threatened due to 1000 reasons (none of which are acceptable).You can try and re-assure them that you are not a threat, but if you have to do this so much, you may wish to consider if this relationship is worth keeping.However, with time, many people like this see that you're actually happy, and realize there was no need to expect you to be someone else. It's not you personally, it's their world-view and the lens in which they view things.It's not you, what you think, or what you feel that's invalid as emotions are valid, normal things.