When I'm holding the door for people but there were more people than expected so I stop holding the door and go through it myself even if there are a bunch of people watching me hold the door for everyone else before them.
When I cancel plans because I just really don't feel like going out and interacting with anyone
Calling into work even though I'm actually sick.
Everything. Like, Im pretty sure its some kind of mental illness. And I mean stuff like killing fruit flies.
Not being farther along in life than I currently am; am only out of college by just over a year, but always feel guilty that I'm not doing more to be successful in what I really want to do. Guilt from any little step toward a boring 9-5 kind of life
Asking someone for money that they owe me.
When the dentist asks me whether or not I've been flossing.
I'm a grown-ass man. I'm allowed to decide whether I floss or not. It's not like my decision not to floss is hurting anyone but myself.
Not tipping when I don't feel it's necessary. Like when I'm picking up a pizza using carry out
Staying home from school with a petty illness.
My mom is on disability and has no vehicle. I go over a couple times a week to shop and help her around the house. There have been times when she has asked me to come by when I have already made plans with my friends and sometimes I will put off things with my friends to help her, but I'm 27 and still want to be able to enjoy my youth so sometimes I will have to let her know I can't help that night but will come tomorrow. She never makes a big deal of it but I feel terrible knowing she is trapped at home without a vehicle and it stays with me the whole night.
Taking days off work, vacation or sick. I feel terrible. Why even bother taking days off when I'm just going to feel guilty the whole time?
Sometimes I really dislike when I have nothing to do at work and I literally wait for a task to open up so I can do it.
Edit: The guilt sets in when it's like I'm stealing money by doing no work.
When I leave the office and someone else is still working. So dumb, but I can't shake it.
Calling in sick for work, even if I am severely sick.
Browsing for things in a store
The fact that I didn't do more. There was nothing more I could have done. They would have perished anyway. But they were my shipmates and I'll always wish/wonder/feel guilty that.maybe I could have done more.
Saying no when I just don't want to do something.
When I am in the check out line and they ask me to donate to whatever charity they have going and I say no.
Not buying drinks for my friends. At a point now where I feel obliged to pay and I feel bad thinking I shouldn't. Don't know how i got like this.