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Postby LE4dGOLEM » Sat May 22, 2010 10:58 am UTC

JayAr wrote:Here is what I am definitely diagnosed with (too my knowledge).

1.) Depression since very heavy bulling in grade school
2.) Aspergers (PDD-NOS truly, but why bother with this difference)
3.) I have had bouts of mania.
4.) no care for human life, at all (don't know what that falls under, exception is for people in education.)

Isn't 4 a part of 2?
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Postby sje46 » Sat May 22, 2010 11:15 am UTC

JayAr wrote:
sje46 wrote:The Mighty Thesaurus: Or, you know, he could actually be suffering a mental disorder, such as paranoid type schizophrenia. Which he sounds like a textbook case of. But I guess it's the cool thing to out the troll first, even if it means calling people asking for help liars looking for attention.

So, yeah, JayAr...are you seeing a therapist? Are you diagnosed with anything?


Yes I see a therapist once a month (all I can really afford), we are currently speaking about possible schizophrenia. My parents were worried about it when I was roughly 15, then simply left me alone.

Here is what I am definitely diagnosed with (too my knowledge).

1.) Depression since very heavy bulling in grade school
2.) Aspergers (PDD-NOS truly, but why bother with this difference)
3.) I have had bouts of mania.
4.) no care for human life, at all (don't know what that falls under, exception is for people in education.)

I have been incarcerated twice (in a mental hospital), first for attempted suicide, 2nd for hallucinations (auditory, in whispers).

I am far more honest to words rather than people. Thank you all.

EXCEPT for thesaurus you didn't use your logic did you? What would I have to gain about speaking of horrible things to people who I don't know?

That's great you're seeing a therapist! :D Are you i college, btw?
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JayAr wrote:Here is what I am definitely diagnosed with (too my knowledge).

1.) Depression since very heavy bulling in grade school
2.) Aspergers (PDD-NOS truly, but why bother with this difference)
3.) I have had bouts of mania.
4.) no care for human life, at all (don't know what that falls under, exception is for people in education.)

Isn't 4 a part of 2?

Well, autism, very, very roughly, is when people have trouble with theory of mind...that is, understanding other mindsets. Not just empathy, but things like understanding that just because you know something, other people won't necessarily know it. With online culture, in which people don't really get punished because of anonymity, this could result in a lot of trolling, because it's REALLY hard for them to understand the trolled's feelings. It's just words on a screen. But autistics still have respect for human life, along with love, fear, all that stuff. Sociopathy is different. They have no regrets at all, and will purposely upset people jsut because they're bored. They're actually kinda cunning in manipulating people, something autistics are understandably bad at. But also, they don't cry, feel lonely, any of that stuff. A sociopath wouldn't confess in a confessions thread.

But 4 is describing sociopathy. It's probably a symptom of something else. But yeah...autistic people care about human life.
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Postby Torvaun » Sat May 22, 2010 5:13 pm UTC

sje46 wrote:
LE4dGOLEM wrote:
JayAr wrote:Here is what I am definitely diagnosed with (too my knowledge).

1.) Depression since very heavy bulling in grade school
2.) Aspergers (PDD-NOS truly, but why bother with this difference)
3.) I have had bouts of mania.
4.) no care for human life, at all (don't know what that falls under, exception is for people in education.)

Isn't 4 a part of 2?

Well, autism, very, very roughly, is when people have trouble with theory of mind...that is, understanding other mindsets. Not just empathy, but things like understanding that just because you know something, other people won't necessarily know it. With online culture, in which people don't really get punished because of anonymity, this could result in a lot of trolling, because it's REALLY hard for them to understand the trolled's feelings. It's just words on a screen. But autistics still have respect for human life, along with love, fear, all that stuff. Sociopathy is different. They have no regrets at all, and will purposely upset people jsut because they're bored. They're actually kinda cunning in manipulating people, something autistics are understandably bad at. But also, they don't cry, feel lonely, any of that stuff. A sociopath wouldn't confess in a confessions thread.

But 4 is describing sociopathy. It's probably a symptom of something else. But yeah...autistic people care about human life.

Although they might have problems acknowledging other people as human life, which looks the same from an external viewpoint.
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Postby The Mighty Thesaurus » Sun May 23, 2010 1:26 am UTC

Yeah, I have been diagnosed with Aspergers, and I have a hell of a time trying to care about others. I can care about humanity in general, as long as it remains on a purely abstract level, but I can't give a toss about any one individual on a personal level without serious effort on my part.
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Postby Chfan » Sun May 23, 2010 8:51 pm UTC

Funnily enough, I've been diagnosed too but I don't have any problems with having empathy. I don't know why this is.
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Postby I Am Raven » Mon May 24, 2010 11:31 am UTC

Confession: I enjoy a little pain once in a while. Like getting your finger stuck in between the door or something, or bleeding for whatever reason, never fails to cheer me up.
Also, is it weird to miss the girl I only kissed once, and with whom I'm on the edge of a relationship? I mean, I only started missing her after it was clear she liked me too. Every time I think about her I wish she were here. I didn't have that before. Has her liking-me somehow affected my liking-her?
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Postby Felstaff » Mon May 24, 2010 1:10 pm UTC

The Mighty Thesaurus wrote:Yeah, I have been diagnosed with Aspergers, and I have a hell of a time trying to care about others. I can care about humanity in general, as long as it remains on a purely abstract level, but I can't give a toss about any one individual on a personal level without serious effort on my part.

You clearly care enough about me. Not everybody screams at me down the telephone and hangs up.

This may be a lie: lots of people scream down the telephone at me then hang up. Particularly Samaritans. Jackasses.
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Postby H2SO4 » Mon May 24, 2010 1:47 pm UTC

I Am Raven wrote:Confession: I enjoy a little pain once in a while. Like getting your finger stuck in between the door or something, or bleeding for whatever reason, never fails to cheer me up.
Also, is it weird to miss the girl I only kissed once, and with whom I'm on the edge of a relationship? I mean, I only started missing her after it was clear she liked me too. Every time I think about her I wish she were here. I didn't have that before. Has her liking-me somehow affected my liking-her?

It's not uncommon. It could be that only after she somehow communicated to you that she liked you that you had seen her in a "Oh, hey, I can be in a relationship with her" kinda way. Maybe you just weren't thinking about her like that before or something.
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Postby Indubitable. » Mon May 24, 2010 5:05 pm UTC

Confessions:
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I go through highs of thinking I'm better than my peers and then lows of thinking I'm useless compared to them.
I think I might have got a B in my final maths exam for this year and I fear that shook me more than it should have.
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Postby sje46 » Mon May 24, 2010 8:25 pm UTC

Indubitable. wrote:I have NO idea how capitalisation is supposed to be handled after colons and semicolons, for which I blame Scottish education.

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Postby SecondTalon » Mon May 24, 2010 8:44 pm UTC

sje46 wrote:
Indubitable. wrote:I have NO idea how capitalisation is supposed to be handled after colons and semicolons, for which I blame Scottish education.

When in doubt: CRUISE CONTROL FOR COOL.
That only applies to online colleges.
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Postby Chuff » Mon May 24, 2010 11:55 pm UTC

Indubitable. wrote:Confessions:
I joined to post in this thread.
I go through highs of thinking I'm better than my peers and then lows of thinking I'm useless compared to them.
I think I might have got a B in my final maths exam for this year and I fear that shook me more than it should have.
I have two types of sad: Happysad and angrysad. Happysad makes me feel sad but I can see how it could be positive, whereas angrysad just makes me angry.
I have NO idea how capitalisation is supposed to be handled after colons and semicolons, for which I blame Scottish education.

The clause/words after a colon or semicolon are still the same sentence, so don't capitalize them.
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Postby HarleyQuinn » Tue May 25, 2010 12:07 am UTC

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I was going to yell at you. Throw an entire fit because you can't help me. But I realized, it's not that you don't want to, you can't. So that would not be fair to you. You don't deserve that. So I didn't. I'm sorry for wanting to.
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Postby Indubitable. » Tue May 25, 2010 1:37 am UTC

Chuff wrote:The clause/words after a colon or semicolon are still the same sentence, so don't capitalize them.


Appreciated. That's been something which has been irking me for quite some time, and my English teacher has been so focussed on getting my class through our exams that she wasn't even interested in a discussion about poor use of the English language even amongst those who use it for a living.
Oh, exams. You ought to take second place to correct spelling and grammar.

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sje46 wrote:When in doubt: CRUISE CONTROL FOR COOL.


Have you ever tried speaking entirely in capitals? I find it to be rather entertaining.
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Postby JonR » Tue May 25, 2010 11:39 am UTC

I tried telling her once - I put on her matching underwear, under my dressing gown, so she couldn't see it, then went into the kitchen and made breakfast. When she walked past, I flashed her, and the look that I got was not friendly. I think she was a bit disgusted, and I don't think she's worn that set ever again since.

fess: sometimes I wear her new clothes before she does.
fess: sometimes I steal other female friends underwear

[edit] - is this all a bit TMI?
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Postby The Mighty Thesaurus » Tue May 25, 2010 4:03 pm UTC

Felstaff wrote:You clearly care enough about me. Not everybody screams at me down the telephone and hangs up.

Ah, but this only because of our various similarities. You're balding, you live in Staines, and your name is Timothy, but that has nothing to do with the previous sentence.
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Postby Cane » Tue May 25, 2010 4:49 pm UTC

JonR wrote:fess: sometimes I steal other female friends underwear

Maybe you should think about if the rush/joy/satisfaction that you get from doing this is worth the risk of you getting caught doing this. Messing with your wife's stuff is one thing, but stealing intimate things from a friend seems like it may have bigger repercussions on your life. Like maybe your wife leaves you or none of your friends will talk to you anymore.
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Postby UnderRock » Wed May 26, 2010 4:03 am UTC

Today I Learned: If you have an energy drink 2-3 times a day for about two weeks as a result of finals, then go cold turkey, you go fucking nuts in a matter of days due to withdrawal. Up until a few hours ago, I felt as if reality itself had collapsed and buried me in the rubble. All that remained were my fears and anxieties.

And, lucky as I am, these were the days I worked extra at an already demanding job where mistakes aren't really tolerated and made my first impression on my new roommate. And I'll be off for a few days from work due to being outta town! Hope I don't get fired and hope my roommate gets to see the not-crazy me before finding a way to avoid contact with me!

In other news, I'm feeling sickeningly cheerful thanks to the liquid optimism of that God damn energy drink! (Hope I can find the right balance between the two extremes.)

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Postby podbaydoor » Thu May 27, 2010 8:31 pm UTC

On of my few regrets about the xkcd forums is that I'll likely never meet poxic in real life. Seriously: coolest lady ever.

All the admirers of poxic on here, can I get a "YEAH!"
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Postby Jessica » Thu May 27, 2010 8:32 pm UTC

Yeah.

I feel bad when I meet trans people and don't really like them.
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Postby PhoenixEnigma » Thu May 27, 2010 8:52 pm UTC

podbaydoor wrote:On of my few regrets about the xkcd forums is that I'll likely never meet poxic in real life. Seriously: coolest lady ever.

All the admirers of poxic on here, can I get a "YEAH!"

YEAH!

Of course, I'm actually in the correct country, so I might someday actually be able to meet her, which would be pretty cool.
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Postby pseudoidiot » Thu May 27, 2010 8:53 pm UTC

There's a lot of really awesome fora people that I'm sad I probably won't ever get the chance to meet.
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Postby suffer-cait » Thu May 27, 2010 8:56 pm UTC

there's a lot of really awesome fora people that i'm sad i probably won't ever get it together to meet, no matter how close they are.
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suffer-cait wrote:there's a lot of really awesome fora people that i'm sad i probably won't ever get it together to meet, no matter how close they are.
COUGH COUGH. Seriously, we're pretty fail at this. I will never meet all the great people from the fora that I'd like to, but I have met a few and will be meeting considerably more quite soon.

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Postby sje46 » Fri May 28, 2010 12:59 am UTC

I blame my internet friends for living so far away.

I realized that I would have had an actual social life if I acted in real life as I do online. It's not that these crazy Internet people are easier to make friends with or anything, I don't think.
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Postby Amie » Fri May 28, 2010 7:43 am UTC

suffer-cait wrote:there's a lot of really awesome fora people that i'm sad i probably won't ever get it together to meet, no matter how close they are.

Pretty much this.
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Postby GraphiteGirl » Fri May 28, 2010 8:46 am UTC

I'm in a deeply shitty mood, and I'm meant to be writing an essay tonight, but all I want to do is curl up in a ball in bed and stop thinking. And cry, crying would be good, but I don't think I can manage it.
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Postby PhoenixEnigma » Sat May 29, 2010 12:19 am UTC

GraphiteGirl wrote:I'm in a deeply shitty mood, and I'm meant to be writing an essay tonight, but all I want to do is curl up in a ball in bed and stop thinking. And cry, crying would be good, but I don't think I can manage it.

I came here to type pretty much this.

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Postby Daojia » Sat May 29, 2010 5:27 am UTC

Hugs to the pair of you. It's never fun.

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Postby Ivora » Wed Jun 02, 2010 2:44 am UTC

I kind of envy Hitler in an odd way.

In a way, he will always be remembered. Even if he did some really horrible shit to do so.

Unless of course, someone worse comes along. :|

Though its unlikely due to how fucking far off the edge he went. It would be difficult for anyone to top what he did... not that I encourage anyone to do it. :roll:

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Postby felltir » Wed Jun 02, 2010 1:49 pm UTC

Ivora wrote:I kind of envy Hitler in an odd way.

In a way, he will always be remembered. Even if he did some really horrible shit to do so.

Unless of course, someone worse comes along. :|

Though its unlikely due to how fucking far off the edge he went. It would be difficult for anyone to top what he did... not that I encourage anyone to do it. :roll:


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Postby I Am Raven » Wed Jun 02, 2010 6:11 pm UTC

Ivora wrote:I kind of envy Hitler in an odd way.

In a way, he will always be remembered. Even if he did some really horrible shit to do so.

Unless of course, someone worse comes along. :|

Though its unlikely due to how fucking far off the edge he went. It would be difficult for anyone to top what he did... not that I encourage anyone to do it. :roll:

That is actually not so far from how I feel about 'im...
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Postby SecondTalon » Wed Jun 02, 2010 6:13 pm UTC

I.. just don't understand the mindset of wanting to be remembered. I've done a lot of stupid shit and I'm happy that when I'm dead and gone, no one will give enough of a fuck to even bother figuring out that I existed, much less the stupid shit I've done.
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Postby bigglesworth » Wed Jun 02, 2010 6:25 pm UTC

I find it enjoyable to think about people who are long dead and gone, I enjoy the thought of someone thinking about me when I'm dead and gone, and I guess the notable things I want to do are in part done for some legacy of memory, no matter how specialised or esoteric.
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Postby I Am Raven » Wed Jun 02, 2010 7:35 pm UTC

Yes. This. He pretty much summed it up for me. He said how I feel about it. (I could use more synonyms...)
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Re: Confessional Shed - I'll keep a look-out

Postby Esperite » Thu Jun 03, 2010 1:23 am UTC

Yeah, forumites seem awesome. I'll probably never meet them =(

Fess: I like being the happy, childish, cute person in the group, but I'm not. I'm always worried or something, so I end up being the reserved moderator most of the time. I've always been kind of the oldest and most mature in family social groups, and just can't seem to not be that person. I want to be the one who initiates hugs, I want to be the one who acts cute and squeeish, but I never do =(. I'm always the most uncomfortable with hugs and the most stable person there. I've been trying to loosen up, and it's working a little, but I just want to do what I think is fun without feeling so awkward.

Fess: I'm almost always content, and happy alot, but for the longest time I've felt almost a meloncholy haze, like a ceaseless boredom. I can't really say it's ever gotten to the point of me being sad, but I just feel kind of bored and unmotivated all of the time. When I do fun stuff I forget about it, and I have alot of fun, but then I just get bored again. I want a change, I want to do stuff, but I end up not getting motivated enough to actually do anything so I just end up trodding along the same path. Sigh.

(This probably sounds more serious than it actually is; I noticed that after I wrote these. Then again, maybe not.)
Edit: I am disspointed that this thread is not in my "view your posts' list at the top. I kinda wanted that there for convienent reading... =(
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Re: Confessional Shed - I'll keep a look-out

Postby SecondTalon » Thu Jun 03, 2010 3:24 am UTC

Man, I can't even work up the nerve to facebook friend some people. And I barely even use the damned thing, so it's not like I'd really notice if they said no.
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Re: Confessional Shed - I'll keep a look-out

Postby ikrase » Fri Jun 04, 2010 1:19 am UTC

Confession MK III: I am now completely and utterly terrified of statues. I always hated them as a kid. After Dr Who's "Blink" I was quite scared, but it was just a tv show. Now however, I am close to a fully fledged phobia of the fuckers. As in, I am keeping an eye on the mirror in my room at all times as it means that I can see everywhere in my room. And I don't even want to turn the light off tonight.....or even sleep.


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Re: Confessional Shed - I'll keep a look-out

Postby Apparently Anonymous » Fri Jun 04, 2010 2:47 pm UTC

My mother drives me absolutely crazy. I really need to get out of the house very very soon.
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Re: Confessional Shed - I'll keep a look-out

Postby Dave_Wise » Sat Jun 05, 2010 5:16 pm UTC

I'm the absolute worst for whining, I really am.
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