I think it's not that hard for me. My breath ALWAYS stinks. I can tell if it's worse, but once I think it's better, I'm quickly reminded it's not.Snobuni wrote:I went to see a nurse during the week about something not connected to my bb. She was only sitting a few feet away from me and she didn't seem to react (she rubbed her nose once, but that could mean anything!).
I'm trying to go more on how my mouth tastes and smells to me, its really difficult to know yourself though (and my boyfriend has never been able to smell my bb so I can't ask him).
I suppose when I stop next week I'll know they've been helping if my bb suddenly starts to smell alot worse.
Some people actually don't react. It's just in their personality. I know when I smell BB I don't make a scene about it like some others do.
At my job we had a mandatory harassment meeting, and some of it was about how you treat your co-workers. Afterwards, and so far this year, people have been trying to subdue their reactions. There was one spot in the demonstration about a guy with a mental problem and everyone teased him about it, and he commented that he wish everyone would stop, as he could do nothing about it. If he could he would. It reminded me of myself, and I think some of my co-workers possibly took it to heart. The few people who really try to make me feel bad, sort of stopped, at least so far.
Ooopps that is a derail!