I suffer from that syndrome where your neutral expression makes it look like you’re a angry serial killer
His facial expression throughout this video represents how I feel at the moment.
Today started off well.. and lazy. I woke up late, watched movies, and messed around on the internet for a while.
I’ve been staying at her house while she and her bf were away for the weekend, and this morning was the only time I’ve had alone since I arrived; I’ve been helping my Mum’s friend baby sit my little bros.
Everything was fine until my Mum came home. I was near the end of a movie and I heard the door open. I was somehow made extremely angry by how upbeat she sounded when she came in, even the way she said “hello” to the house irritated me.
She came into my room and said Hi in a very hyper way and I just seemed cold and short with her, so she asked me what was wrong… I had no answer for this question. My only possible explanation for the way I felt was that her intense happiness drew attention to my lack of it.
We didn’t have any arguments because I sat her down and explained the way I was feeling with special attention given to the fact that I didn’t understand the meaning behind it. I told her that I was frustrated at my reaction to her behaviour and that she should just be aware of it before being offended by mine.
Anger seems to be the only emotion from before that I am still experiencing, it’s strange.