I tend to fluctuate rapidly between an over-analysis keeping me from acting at all (such as the incident which the comic details) to acting with wild abandon with little to no concern about consequences (like the fact that I drew this comic and put it out there). I'm not sure what this means, but as taxing as it might be on my end, I don't think that it ends up making me come off quite as socially awkward as it potentially could.
Again, that's only my one-sided assessment. If I'm wrong, let me know, I can always use more factors to obsess over during decision making. It's better than obsessing over stuff that isn't real.
You know, maybe it's stupid to say that publishing this comic is truly an example of "wild abandon". I don't know. Is it? Look, sorry I brought it up. Don't worry about it. Just covering all my bases.