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Pretending to Talk on the Phone

Group Therapy: I Pretend to Talk on the Phone to Make People Jealous

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I have this habit for two years now, where I fake talking on the phone to let someone know what I think of them without telling them directly, or make them understand a situation, or make someone jealous, or whatever.

I'm pretending I'm talking on the phone, which I'm not really. I'm a direct person but there are some cases that I'm not!


I really want to quit doing this because I'm starting to do it quite often for even no need! I don't know who else has this habit but please, I need some advice and opinions about this.

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