Thanks for helping us achieve our mission of helping everyone learn how to do anything.There are definitely things you can do to counteract her behavior, although there is a very real chance that you will just end up winning the battles but never the war. The issue is that any counteraction measures would be very context specific -- sociopath specific -- and there are certain very effective counteraction measures I can suggest that you might not be good at or might not want to do because you're not that type of person (e.g.
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She didn’t bring it up again, but people outside of our home did. In a time where dating and looks dominate a girl’s thoughts, I was different from my non-Muslim girl friends in two huge ways: I did not date or have premarital sex, and I began to wear hijab to cover my hair for modesty and as a declaration of my faith.
In a middle-school typing class, a boy I had a crush on, with green eyes and pale skin, once pounded on the side of his machine and said, “You’re as flat as this computer.” My crush soon faded. I had a hard time understanding what all the fuss was about. I had already started wearing long sleeves in middle school, and had covered my legs since fifth grade.
I, in contrast, was given the part of a small boy in our high school production of “Our Town.” I was medically underweight and undersized.
My mother, my Mamuni, took me to a nutritionist to figure out what the problem was.
* * * ack in the locker room of the hammam, I told my sister, “I don’t want to be here.” “We can leave.” I thought about it.
If I left, I’d go back to my hotel room, fling myself onto the bed, and make plans to see some other tourist attraction. I wouldn’t have to confront my body and deal with what would surely be awkward eyes fixated on my small chest.
I convinced myself I didn’t care about fashion or looking good because I was on a higher spiritual plane, when really it was because I felt like a hopeless cause.