Do you sometimes feel like you are being interrogated and that you're personal space has been intruded on when someone asks you a normal, harmless question or comment? For example, in college, I had a friend who would always point something out about me. If I got a new pair of shoes, she would say "oh you got a new pair of shoes" and then tell me her opinion of them. Well, I'm sure to a lot of people this would just seem normal. But for some reason, I felt like I was being interrogated and that my personal space was being invaded. I don't know why I felt that way. It might have something to do with the fact that I don't usually make casual remarks like that about other people and thier appearance of whatever the case may be. I guess I feel like it's none of my business. So for example, if someone I know gets a new hairstyle, I most likely won't make a comment about it, whether I feel like the hairstyle looks nice or not. I usually just keep my opinion to myself.