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who has the same situation as me? any advice?

whenever I interact people, some doesn't look in my eyes or just look away after some time if not they give me faces or sarcastic expression. how to deal with this? I admit I'm not a good looking guy, and some said my face look annoying. I just want to be accepted and interact with people naturally.

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Maintaining eye contact and using a pleasant expression are both important when you want to convey friendliness to a stranger. Do you have a nervous tendency, like raising your eyebrows a lot, when talking to people you don't know? Many people do, and it's not a deliberate thing.

Can you read a person's facial expression, tone of voice, and body language accurately? Some people can't. It's called Asperger syndrome. I'm not suggesting that you have it, I just find it an interesting phenomenon that supports we all are social beings to some degree. To read more about it, go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asperger_syndrome.

Next time you're talking with someone you don't know very well, try smiling more and monitoring your tone of voice to see if that makes a difference. And be yourself ;-D

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roflamaonaise i doubt most people have that situation, but see next time it happens if it might be something your doing to make them have those expressions.

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I think so I have some bad expression as well. Do u know how can I improve it?
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just be yourself and you will eventually find true friends

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Do you get inside a persons "space" when you're talking to them? Are you loud? I don't like it myself when someone gets inches from me and thinks I have a hearing problem.

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