I have this weird problem where I peripherally notice when people are looking in my direction much better than I notice anything else in my peripheral vision. Whenever I detect that someone's looking in my direction, I compulsively turn and look at them. Thus, I fear that it may always seem to the other person that I'm staring at them. This happens every time I'm in a situation where there are several other people sitting nearby, such as in a cafeteria or large meeting. It's awkward, because it seems that once this happens once, the other person will often check back periodically to see if I'm still staring at them, and I inevitably noticed that they looked toward me, and am indeed now staring at them. I don't seem to be able to make myself not do this.