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With regard to this site, you’re over thinking it. If readers aren’t interested in what you have to say, it’s no problem to simply scroll past. It’s just words. There’s no way you’ll ever leave a rational person feeling like their space has been violated. Um is this how you do the "highlight and respond" feature? I have no idea. Anyway, think you’re right I maybe reading too much into it. However, when the other person commented that EVERYONE comments on threads not meant for them, it made me feel like I was a day late and a dollar short once again. Not going to spill my guts here, but I often feel like I am one step behind everyone else…I’ll say something that I think is unique and come to find out EVERYBODY has thought the same thing..

Or I make an assumption or say something that I think everyone does or already knows, only to have the people around me look on me in amazement and say "Where did you come up with that idea?" And they are serious…It feels like I am being gaslight by most of the human race..

That is not what is actually going on, but suffice it to say I am in some ways an example of someone who was "raised by wolves". There are certain unspoken cultural norms I never learned, and have spent years playing catch up desperately trying to learn them.

Um is this how you do the "highlight and respond" feature? I have no idea. Anyway, think you’re right I maybe reading too much into it. However, when the other person commented that EVERYONE comments on threads not meant for them, it made me feel like I was a day late and a dollar short once again. Not going to spill my guts here, but I often feel like I am one step behind everyone else…I’ll say something that I think is unique and come to find out EVERYBODY has thought the same thing..

Or I make an assumption or say something that I think everyone does or already knows, only to have the people around me look on me in amazement and say "Where did you come up with that idea?" And they are serious…It feels like I am being gaslight by most of the human race..

That is not what is actually going on, but suffice it to say I am in some ways an example of someone who was "raised by wolves". There are certain unspoken cultural norms I never learned, and have spent years playing catch up desperately trying to learn them. And this post is what we call, "over dramatic".

Um is this how you do the "highlight and respond" feature? I have no idea. Anyway, think you’re right I maybe reading too much into it. However, when the other person commented that EVERYONE comments on threads not meant for them, it made me feel like I was a day late and a dollar short once again. Not going to spill my guts here, but I often feel like I am one step behind everyone else…I’ll say something that I think is unique and come to find out EVERYBODY has thought the same thing..

Or I make an assumption or say something that I think everyone does or already knows, only to have the people around me look on me in amazement and say "Where did you come up with that idea?" And they are serious…It feels like I am being gaslight by most of the human race..

That is not what is actually going on, but suffice it to say I am in some ways an example of someone who was "raised by wolves". There are certain unspoken cultural norms I never learned, and have spent years playing catch up desperately trying to learn them. You’ve figured most of it out for yourself. However you weren’t raised by wolves. You simply grew up in a social system that encourages toxic and unnatural mindsets. You don’t have to be confused and trying to work out what’s going on in your head, but you are; probably because you believe that you have to figure it out in a bid to better understand who you are.

Contrary to popular belief, understanding who you are is not about listening to and accepting your thoughts and feelings and patterns of behaviour. That’s a way for simple animals to live. The complexity of humans beings is a direct result of exercised will. Taking responsibility for your thoughts and feelings. Disciplining your mind so that it serves as a vehicle for your will and never taking no for an answer.

Exercising your will is literally making assertive choices that defy your instincts. As an example you may walk out of your house in a good mood. Then you notice the weather is terrible. Everyone around is miserable. You get on the bus and the person next to you smells of piss and listening to really loud annoying music. Every fiber of your being may want to lash out, scream or cry. If you don’t believe in will power, you will have no choice but to act according to your instincts. But if you do believe in will power you may stop to ask your opinion on the matter. It’s a shit situation and ideally you would rather be anywhere else but here you are. Does lashing out, screaming or crying benefit you? Do you actually want to do any of those things? Furthermore, are the emotions you’re feeling right now beneficial to you? Do you actually want to feel angry, sad and miserable?

Getting to know yourself is essentially stopping your instinctive thoughts and feelings in their tracks, and asking yourself how you actually want to think and feel. Doing this will quickly return to you the innate confidence you were born with and you will naturally stop looking to your surroundings for confidence boosts and cues on how to behave and fit in. You don’t need others to accept you when you have accepted yourself and assumed responsibility for who you are today, who you were yesterday, and who you will be tomorrow. You’re already on your way there. I hope my clumsily put together thoughts have shone a light on the rest of the path for you.