Nothing's more fascinating than people. The more you watch people, the more you learn about their behaviour and can predict how they'll react in certain situations. For this reason, companies spend small fortunes on psychometric testing to see if they can predict how someone is likely to behave in an occupational setting before hiring or promoting them. The added value you have over any test is that you can actually observe people in their own environment. You can learn to anticipate or predict behaviour in family and friends, as well as potential dates.
Get to grips with the behaviour of others and then strangers won't seem frightening figures that can make you feel awkward in their presence.
Next time you think 'X makes me uncomfortable' or 'I really enjoy bumping into Y', analyse why that's so. Consider what it is about their behaviour that makes you so uncomfortable or brightens up your day.
People-watching opportunities exist all around you, so make the most of them.
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