A few years ago I thought I was crazy. Everyone that I was around would act the same way. Coughing, sneezing, touching their face and even strange grunting sounds. Maybe they are really sick, maybe they are not. Its definnetly not a chemical reaction from anything in your body. It takes time for air to move and anything from your body will not reach another person instantaneously.
There problem you are having is paranoia. Not that you are paranoid but the fact that other people most certainly are. To explain this observation using Metaphysics (I'm not an expert) Lets take a look at the current state of the economy. We are in a world reccession. The US deficte is in the Trillions. Every man, woman and child in the United States currently owes $53,878 for their share of the U.S. public debt. Believe or not the landscape of the American public has been alterted. No longer are we a nation of Christians but a nation of slaves. If you are not in the upper class you are considered to be of a lower class. People will judge you based on your status, they way you walk, and the decisons you make. Some people think it's a game while others don't have a clue. This has always been the case even in the 80's. It was just not as prevalant at that time as it is now.
Times have changed dramatically and so have peoples attitudes. Every one is super critical of each other. If you are tired of hearing sick people than your only option is to make it to a better place. I live in a rich suburb outside of Dallas and everone here is judgemental. I can tell becuase when I walk around in a suit people are a lot more pleasant. However, If I step out wearing a white t and sneakers, people are very rude. Again this is just my observation and I live in a very uptight community were everyone is a professional (or thinks they are) and is always trying to out do one another. I gurantee you that anywhere usa there is some kid in a classroom that doesn't understand why everone deliberately makes stange noises when they are around. Its just a behavioral phenomenon plaguing our country. Don't let it effect you. Always have a positive attitide and don't try and to comminicate with others in public using body language or making strange noises thinking that you will gain their respect. View Thread
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