If you were previously extraverted and were able to be around people and happy, then that person is STILL inside
of you. Who you are at the moment is probably not the REAL you.
You mentioned one thing was a turning point - your dad dying suddenly. And I am really sorry for your loss.
A very similar thing happened to me. I was very extraverted, happy, social, and then my grandad died suddenly.
I didn't really know how to handle it, I was very close to him, and it was my first experience with losing someone.
I suddenly became more introverted, my relationship failed, I became anxious and went into a depression. It was
very difficult to get out of it, it took me literally years to come back to where now I am happy, open, confident
and strong again.
What I needed to do - and what you should do as well - is go back and deal with your dad's passing away. You
probably have a lot of grief still, which you never processed fully, and is blocking your personality.
When you deal with the grief, you'll feel more at peace and at ease to just BE, and you'll naturally feel more
open with people again.
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