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Have no desire for mundane conversations by Archie Murdfuck - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 03:49:12 EST ID:vUaVEVlD No.526188 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Today at work on lunch break
>coworker immidiately calls his mom and talks about his day, then calls his girlfriend and does the same thing.

Then I just realized I never talk about my day with anyone because I just don't have the desire. Is this normal?
Basil Gittingmut - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 04:05:26 EST ID:Mkbwc0xR No.526190 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sidney Fudgesodge - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 07:36:34 EST ID:vYe3Po+d No.526191 Ignore Report Quick Reply
wow ur so unique!
Barnaby Crenningwill - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 10:12:53 EST ID:hexN5d3H No.526198 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You just told this board about your day, so how is that any different?

Isn't this thread a mundane conservation, kind of like the ones you're complaining about?
Samuel Honeyfield - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 10:17:08 EST ID:vWf9v8wW No.526199 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yeah I think it's called "being an introvert"
as far as know some people are like this and it's considered normal

how do you deal with depressed people by Priscilla Drummertut - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 10:35:06 EST ID:1jbaRQWU No.526131 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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trying to cheer her up is making me want to kill myself

no matter how much i try to support it doesn't make a difference

why try anymore
Priscilla Drummertut - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 11:32:29 EST ID:1jbaRQWU No.526132 Ignore Report Quick Reply
why do i want to be with someone that doesn't want to live

someone please shoot me
Sophie Murdridge - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 12:53:26 EST ID:wFwBKUSJ No.526133 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I think I can say with certainty that I know exactly how you feel. My mother tends to have depression, anxiety and a negative outlook on many things. I also have some issues with anxiety so when she is down, it brings me down too.
Priscilla Drummertut - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 19:16:37 EST ID:1jbaRQWU No.526139 Ignore Report Quick Reply
not even just that

she had serious thoughts about suicide again yesterday

how am i even supposed to deal with this
Lillian Pumblebane - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 20:05:48 EST ID:cBYQH4Mo No.526140 Ignore Report Quick Reply
happiness comes from within. so you gotta stick that dick deep within if u wanna have an effect.
Hugh Sanningshit - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 03:43:16 EST ID:jfR0c7UU No.526187 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Some people get off on their misery OP. Plus it gets her attention. Can’t help someone that doesn’t wanna be helped. Even if they say they do, actions are gonna speak louder than words. Even if she is suicidal and winds up doing it, only she will be to blame for not appreciating people like you trying to lift her back up. I think the best way to help her anymore OP is to ignore her and leave her alone unless you see real effort when these episodes occur. Otherwise you are going to get dragged down with her, and that makes her a fucking asshole.

is my dad a horrible person? by Fucking Blatherville - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 15:02:00 EST ID:em7ipYii No.526134 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I don't know how to feel about my father anymore. On the outside he has a friendly and outgoing demeanor but inside he's a self centered and judgemental asshole. He acts like a stereotypical baby boomer, the kind that feels entitled to everything and will throw a fit if they don't get their way. The ones that are hypocritical and completely unaware of it. Basically he has the emotional intelligence of a fucking toddler, and it's embarrassing to see a 60 year old man act that way.

Over the course of my lifetime there would be times where he'll lose his shit over something and say unforgivable things to me and my family. Even when I was a child he'd get pissed off about something and take it out on me. Being the oldest and only male child I usually got brunt of it. He'd never hit me (although he's come close) but he'd verbally abuse me, call me loser, a failure, etc. My father is an intimidating figure and when I was younger he'd terrify me when he would do this. Now I'm used to it and I don't take what he says to heart but it will still put me in a bad mood.

Usually after these episodes where he'd act like a shithead he'd apologize to me and we'd move on. Back then I was willing to forgive him because he would show remorse but the pattern would always continue. I'm 24 now and he still acts this way. Last week we got into another fight and in his rage he admitted that he's never liked me. This time he hasn't apologize and I don't think I'd forgive him even if he did.

I don't know. I feel conflicted, I'm describing him at this worst. When he's not acting like this he's a okay father. He taught me a lot of life skills that were valuable, like being true to your word, the merits of hard work, how to stand up for yourself. Stuff that dads are supposed to teach their kids. I always wanted to believe that when he acted cruel it wasn't his true personality, but now I think that this is how he is inside.

Part of me wants to try and salvage this relationship, and part of me wants to punch him in the mouth.
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Beatrice Shittingwill - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 17:09:15 EST ID:AwB3yqIM No.526169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP is entitled to talk about things that weigh heavily on him, we all are.

No need to be a dick to someone wanting to share with others.
Emma Hottingnock - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 17:12:34 EST ID:huj7hNcx No.526171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Some people move on faster than others, because he feels some sort of attachement to his father, and it seems they get a long, but lets him down some time later down the road.
Alice Sedgebot - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 18:40:24 EST ID:ka63e54W No.526175 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No, it's about scorning that which would destroy you. Growing up under those people as parents is like being born with a poisonous dagger in your soul, brooding anguish. I choose myself over them and endeavour to protect myself
This is natural and absolutely necessary.
Albert Punningkot - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 23:41:08 EST ID:RXhXFbbB No.526183 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Stop being a judgemental fucktard. If you don't like what OP has to say then don't read his post and sure as hell don't put him down and post your negative bullshit.
Martha Henkinwater - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 15:19:52 EST ID:lBwVUAhn No.526209 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>bahhh my daddy spanked me when i was a shit that means it's the same as abuse

Seems like he didn't spank you hard enough

Exulansis by Caroline Tootspear - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 20:13:02 EST ID:2zlZGpe+ No.526180 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm probably going to lose my steady job tomorrow. I've had too many instances of not getting along with my coworkers, I'm generally regarded as the bad guy at work by people at every level and in every department. It would be nice to say this is all a coincidince or some sort of conspiracy, but the fact of the matter is that I am an asshole. A better way to phrase it would be that I'm not good at lying to people, I refuse to play into others bullshit and melodramas, and when I people fuck with me I become very defensive and retaliate.

This all came to a head today when I found out I have been denied a raise while simultaneously dealing with my coworkers problems. The details are childish as fuck and I know what I could have done differently to prevent all of it, but long story short I made my female coworker so upset she cried to our boss. Our entire team was given the ultimatum that termination of employment was coming down for someone, whoever that could be.

But I dont really give a shit about the job, it was never a devotion of mine or a stopping point. The problem I'm struggling with is a feeling of persecution, of un-belonging, of alienation. This is a recurring theme in my darker trips and in my waking life anxieties. It's like I'm a monster wearing human skin. No matter how hard I try, people inevitably glimpse my true character, which is unacceptable to the vast majority of civilized humanity. I don't want to whine about my life, I know everyone goes through bullshit, such is life. But I really dont know what to do about the whole thing.

I can take care of myself just fine, theres always other jobs. My health is great, I know what things to do when I'm feeling a certain way, what moves to make when I want something to change. Albeit, I have no idea how to become a better member of society. If I keep burning bridges everywhere I go there'll be nothing left for me but to run away to another state, like a hunted animal.

A huge chunk of life revolves around earning money to support yourself, and if I'm so maladjusted that it's increasingly hard to do this, I have to make a change. It's ironic in this case that next month I had three weeks…
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Caroline Buzzlewad - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 20:50:46 EST ID:cBYQH4Mo No.526181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
work on not being an asshole
Nigel Panningstock - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 22:29:26 EST ID:zDyW9uv1 No.526182 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>This all came to a head today when I found out I have been denied a raise while simultaneously dealing with my coworkers problems. The details are childish as fuck and I know what I could have done differently to prevent all of it, but long story short I made my female coworker so upset she cried to our boss.

Shit happens. Women are women so you should know better on that end. Also, if you are going to refuse to play petty office games then don't even bother worrying about trying to get a raise and just move to another job. Quicker that way anyway.

>The problem I'm struggling with is a feeling of persecution, of un-belonging, of alienation.

What exactly happen? Did you just berate your coworker until she broke down?

How do I get out of this? by Graham Pickshit - Tue, 14 Aug 2018 01:31:45 EST ID:7DhEjqUS No.526112 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm 22 years old. Every single day, I come home from work, fool around with something semi-productive (guitar, learning spanish by textbook), and then proceed to get stoned and drunk.

I recently graduated college, where I finally realized how weird I was compared to most people -- back home I always avoided people because I lived in a small town where people would have severely scorned me had they known my family and I were atheists. On top of this, I have always sought peoples' approval even if it meant having only the most superficial kind of relationship with them. As I result I have struggled to "have nothing to hide" my whole life.

...I'm rambling. Anyway, at my university of 5,000 people, I was considered very eccentric -- people thought I was insane because of my expressions and mannerisms. Apparently, this was to a greater degree than what might be expected of a typical shut in/ asperger's case, and the only people that ever seemed to want me around were those in a never-ending pity party.

That said, I think it worth considering I don't have those one or two major social hobbies that most people have, be it be sports, DnD, or just studying together. My pops is a control freak and I have no reliable transportation and live in a small town. It's also true that I don't seem to have much reason to pursue one goal over another. I'm just working at a hole-in-the-wall Vietnamese restaurant where no one speaks more than necessary English. My only social relationship these days is over the fact that I can speak some Vietnamese. I want to change jobs already, though. It's dishwashing.
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Archie Fevingridge - Tue, 14 Aug 2018 21:55:05 EST ID:rI3bHHaH No.526124 Ignore Report Quick Reply
my dude:
therapy. If you don't think you can afford it as a dishwasher you can find a way. it's worth it and not weird at all to be in therapy. most of my friends are. some were for a long time before I knew.
Graham Bummlehall - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 16:51:13 EST ID:B/1t3ZFg No.526137 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's all triviial my man, dreams are the real reality. Live in your dreams however you wish to interpret that.
Hugh Wangerfoot - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 23:08:16 EST ID:7DhEjqUS No.526142 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I tried a couple of therapists at uni. I dont bring it up because i dont want to explain my problems to my dad. He tends to not believe in the grip my thoughts hold over me, or in things such as my inability to make friends. He’s usually too into his own pity-party. He has chronic physical pain and is sort of a resentful artist-type who came from coal-mining wifebeaters.

The therapists I saw were able to guve me a few pointers on how to conduct myself. I learned, for example, to be careful not to get so absorbed in what im sharing that I overlook how Immay be making someone uncomfortable. That was about all the help I could get. I read The Power of Now, which was some help to me. Still, i just feel that I can’t enjoy talking to people. I dont know how to match expectations, and unless I’ve had some vodka, I can’t even relax enough to have seemingly meaningful topics come to me, if that makes sense. On top of that, I dont see the point in pursuing romantic interests because i cant easily have sex unless im on a roll of having abstained from porn and masturbation for a few months.
Alice Sedgebot - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 12:02:14 EST ID:ka63e54W No.526159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You need goals. Some goals will help you to be better at stuff. Example establishing a baseline of physical fitness. Other goals are for your soul. There's probably a dream you have. Think about doing that and if you cant figure out why. I am only 26 and im just starting but its worth. Find other waya to make money, see if you can go down to part time. At 22 I was a reclusive mess, now im much better. Inever sold my soul and im very fortunate that I didnt, even though I wanted to. Im almost done my undergrad in philosophy, and I found a genuine love. I gpt lucky, but I basi ally followed what was interesting to me. No regrets. Imma get tatted up, we are getting older and if youre not careful your soul might get trampled by your future.
Gropd luck nigga
Oh also being weird Is a good thing. It means youre sensitive. Try pot. I self medicate and it works. Try to keep a healthy schedule. Dont overinduldge in anything. Also get out of your gay ass small town. As bad as big cities get theyre better inmany respects for people like youand me. Fuck everybody who gets in your way. May you cut them down like icut mine down
Hamilton Blythestone - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 14:27:11 EST ID:Om/gGBzM No.526164 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes, but don't just set vague goals break them down into milestones and break those down into tasks you do in one go. Also remember that you're always going to encounter unplanned resistance, build room for error in and when shit goes wrong and/or you fuck up the key is to recover. I think you should consider the future to some extent. If you're getting a face tat that's dumb but I work with people who sign off on 9 figure budgets and have tats. I kept my hair short for years but now I'm a wizard and it makes me easy to spot when I have to meet a new manager or whatever.

I'm almost the opposite, I spent years denying it but I love numbers and problem solving. Also now I'm working on putting together a band. Oh and I always thought I'd be unfit and I could never imagine being able to do a pull up and now I'm somehow ripped and shit. There's also a lot more room to compromise. I always thought the sort of work I do would be bullshit but then I found I can do it for a good cause rather than just helping enrich people who don't need it. I work out eat well and so I can pig out.

Anyway it's not just about doing what you love but being honest with yourself. Doubt yourself less. One of the reasons my music never went anywhere is I thought no one would dig it. Now I realise I just churn out quality riffs and let everyone else do what they like with them.

Oh and one more thing. I miss getting stoned but early on in my career I learned to do the productive shit and then use getting high to relax as a reward. Don't get home and light up a joint. Do shit then when you're feeling good top it off with a joint over dinner.

fuck it I need to vent somewhere by Lydia Murdridge - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 11:56:23 EST ID:TvrTTDtI No.526158 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Yeah, sorry I'm not freaking out over a bunch of retards shitting over themselves over a damn cartoon. Sorry I don't spend every fucking moment of my life constantly talking about how said retards are awful for society, because apparently trying to put my life back in order or dealing with the fact that one of my parents maybe dying is apparently not as important as circlejerking to the weeb version of the National Enquirer talking about weebs destroying the world or whatever the fuck.

What the fuck is your problem? Did you fucking ignore the fact that I explicitly said I was going through some shit right now? And then you act like I'm suddenly the evil of the world just because I'm actually trying to ignore stupid people? For someone who bitches about purity and shit, you sure are acting the same as the very people you hate. At least I'm willing to admit I'm actually fucking wrong every now and then. This shit is just old and you'll get tired of it too one day. At least I hope so.

Planning to say this to my gf of 1 year who I've been living with by Alice Dittingridge - Sun, 29 Jul 2018 11:30:56 EST ID:7hD/JfFv No.525799 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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do you think it's ok?

"So listen, you know this is the first time I ever lived together with anyone, and I guess I learned about myself through this new experience.
Basically I don't think I can ever live with anyone. I need to be able to do what I want when I want, having to do things for someone, having someone tell me what to do, how yo do it, I don't like it.
I just can't be with someone 24/7 I guess. I'm just not the type of person who can do that, I guess it's my personality"
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Matilda Drabberbag - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 15:22:21 EST ID:Om/gGBzM No.526036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Something that's been bothering me OP. It's one detail but it might provide some perspective on things.

How long is her commute now?
Reuben Blatherhood - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 21:46:36 EST ID:Mkbwc0xR No.526041 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Honestly it sounds like she isnt really getting it at all.

Has she take responsibility for not being able to get herself to work independently? Nope. Is she taking steps to get a license or car? Has she downloaded some podcasts for the commute or anything? No. So that's bullshit

Yet again she's blaming it all on you living with your mum but isnt actually engaging in any form of self reflection about how she can change to make a more harmonious relationship. You live together and yet you can't even get her to compromise about a clothes basket. That's fucked up.

Its typical lazy entitlement. I guess she thinks she's out of your league and that you're just lucky to even drive her to work. She doesn't have to change because theres nothing wrong with her. You are the one with the problem. This line of thinking is not what good relationships are made of. Dont tolerate it.

Honestly you need to call her out in a gentle but firm manner.

Not looking good man. Dont take it all on yourself. You've shown more emotional maturity than she has.
Oliver Fellypug - Fri, 10 Aug 2018 06:48:25 EST ID:IJsz4t4O No.526049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
dude you're a stallion. it's clear this chick has hardly any emotional interest vested in this relationship. i agree op dropping this all at once is kind of a 'bomb', but when is not? the fact that she's trying to turn everything around is a red flag and she comes across as manipulative.

also being an adult & having no reliable means of transportation is bush league. blaming it on your partner for not wanting to carry them everyday is betamax

gtfo im tired of the pedestals your types put up for manippy women
Beatrice Bennermod - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 15:47:02 EST ID:TAsVGYKT No.526136 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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so I'm posting this from my mom's house, it dragged on a little but I finally left today.
Already feel much happier and "lighter" like a burden was taken off of my soul.
We're still gonna see each other though.
anyway, thanks for caring everyone.
Martin Murdlock - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 16:51:32 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.526138 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I’m glad dude, enjoy the space this creates for you.

Bumps by Cancer? - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 00:44:19 EST ID:kBLz5tje No.526127 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm pretty sure the bumps on the back of my head are not from bug-bites, however, i can't exactly observe them with a double-mirror. I have two bumps, irregullarly placed, behind my ears, behind my skull... i cannot determine them to be bug bites; they occur within my hairline. I have anothwr bump, growing from a conspicuous ordinary skull formation on the right back side of my head. The nodules are sensitive, but i dont feel exact pain.
Martin Murdlock - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 05:24:50 EST ID:yDKihQN5 No.526128 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Sometimes you can end up with spots because of all the hair follicles.

I had one grow in that lasted maybe 2 weeks before eventually popping.
Nell Senninghadging - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 08:51:27 EST ID:cBYQH4Mo No.526130 Ignore Report Quick Reply
alien eggs

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