I used to be a comfortably social person meeting new people frequently However for about a year now I have inexplainably became more quiet and awkward during conversation How could this be?
Unexplained changes in personality can be due to life changes such as death of a partner, moving into new living situations, loss or change of job, finishing a "life project" such as a degree and feeling awkward about moving on, and so forth.
They can also be a sign of a developing emotional dysfunction, or physical issues such as developing diabetes, etc.
Clearly this is causing you a lot of concern. We suggest a complete physical to rule out any medical problems. At that point, if you do not feel more confident, a few visits to a therapist might be in order.
There is no such thing as "conversation of light". However there is such a thing as "light conversation". "Light conversation" is another word for social smalltalk - discussion about the weather, garden, holidays etc; what people do when they meet up socially and want to appear friendly and move from person to person talking without starting any deep discussions.
the album THE WALL witch has the song on there is about a guy who shuts out the world so comfortably numb was about that guy the guy was a rocker and his manager gav him a drug to make him preform. However, according to a lot of people it was in relation to a wicked drug that goes by the name of Heroin :-(
The act of secretly listening/watching/surveying someone is called 'surveillance'. If you are listening in on a private conversation, it could be said that you are keeping a surveillance over them. However, there is another word for listening in on a conversation you are not a part of - and that is eavesdropping. It means to hang nearby and listen in without them being aware of you presence.
You are not supposed to do so. I am not a lawyer, but I believe that it is illegal. However, if you do record a conversation, I do not know how the police will know that you did it. You would have to tell them "I recorded a conversation and the other person did not know about it. What are you going to do about my crime?" As a practical matter, I think they would…
Headphones aren't bad for your ears if you get the right ones... As long as they fit in your ears comfortably then they should be fine... However sleeping in your headphones is not a good idea at all... After falling asleep in my headphones I eventually grew a blister in my ear and it hurt really bad... Don't sleep in your headphones but as long as you get ones that fit comfortably they aren't bad…