why did god turn me into a schizotypal? I can never have a gf now it's over

why did god turn me into a schizotypal?
I can never have a gf now it's over

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    youre funny though right

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      i have the personality of a dead fish

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        a sexy dead fish i bet hehe

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    oh, really?
    what makes you schizotypal then? tell me about it

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      idk, the doctor wrote it. I do have all the negative symptoms of schizophrenia, maybe that? I don't think my beliefs are bizarre, as they are based in logic, but to some illogical beings they may come off as bizarre

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        schizophrenia and schizotypal personality disorder are two different things, i'm pretty sure
        i heard they have weird behaviors but i'm not sure, i want to know more about this so i figured you'd have some experiences to share
        did the doctor tell you why you're schizotypal?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >did the doctor tell you why you're schizotypal?
          no he didn't. I only found out about it when i looked at my diagnoses online

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            hmm... bit difficult to talk then, i'm sorry anon
            i'm definitely interested but if you don't really have any knowledge on it yourself, i guess i'm stumped then
            well, thanks for trying at least, anon

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Well I do have most of the symptoms i think
            what did u want 2 talk about?

            I find the condition relatable, I just haven't felt the need to see a doctor or anything. Being in similar company is nice sometimes

            u must be one of those successful schizotypals i keep hearing about

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Successful in what regard?
            Financially and career wise, I have nothing going for me. Otherwise I suppose I feel as though I do well for myself, especially given the circumstances.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            how successful are u socially?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            In real life I do relatively well when I feel the need, besides a few minor shortcomings. The thing is that I rarely feel that need and have almost never connected with anyone in real life. If I socialize I much prefer to talk to people over text online for reasons I've yet to fully grasp.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            do u feel paranoid or uncomfortable around ppl?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            For most people in real I just uncomfortable in the sense that I'm introverted to a very strong degree, and for others I feel as though they're going to murder me. Online I feel as though they either have something negative on me, have personal information of mine, or something else of the sort.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            do u have frens?

            ah, interesting, i didn't know a lack of apparent emotions and a flat voice were linked to schizotypals
            >i find emotions to be irrational
            not always, they're not
            it's all mostly cause and effect, couple instances where that doesn't apply (e.g. mood swings) but that's the exception i think
            i mean, if you dump an ice bucket in someone's head, of course they'll be mad
            you give them a nice gift, they'll be at least a little bit happier
            so on, cause and effect

            >but i understand why an illogical being would feel one way or another usually.
            sounds like you get what i mean then
            in which case, why do you find emotions to be irrational? give me an example

            >i mean, if you dump an ice bucket in someone's head, of course they'll be mad
            i think that it's illogical to get mad. It's best to let your displeasure be known in a calm and collected manner
            >in which case, why do you find emotions to be irrational? give me an example
            because emotions lead to destruction and violence

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I have a decent amount of people online that one would conventionally call their friends, but I'm not sure I feel that way. Regardless I still typically appreciate conversing with them.
            I had one person who I'd call a friend but we don't speak much anymore, they're doing other things it seems

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            why aren't u talking with them anymore? Did they ghost you?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I think they talk to other people now

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            u could try 2 talk 2 them urself if u mis them

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I still occasionally talk to them, I talked to them earlier, I just feel like an afterthought to them these days

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            has their attitude towards you changed in any way?

            >or it may provoke them even more
            true, it might
            but don't forget others are also afraid of confrontation, no one likes that
            true, better to defuse than escalate, but sometimes, the best way to defuse it is to escalate it, especially if it's from someone who thinks they can frick with you

            >all of these things do not require emotions.
            true, they don't, but emotions are what drive most of the people doing these
            all i'm trying to say is that not all emotions result in negative outcomes

            >true, better to defuse than escalate, but sometimes, the best way to defuse it is to escalate it, especially if it's from someone who thinks they can frick with you
            r u really willing 2 take that risk?

            >or it may provoke them even more
            true, it might
            but don't forget others are also afraid of confrontation, no one likes that
            true, better to defuse than escalate, but sometimes, the best way to defuse it is to escalate it, especially if it's from someone who thinks they can frick with you

            >all of these things do not require emotions.
            true, they don't, but emotions are what drive most of the people doing these
            all i'm trying to say is that not all emotions result in negative outcomes

            >true, they don't, but emotions are what drive most of the people doing these
            i don't think that's a good thing. Common sense and rationality should drive them to do these things, not emotions

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >r u really willing 2 take that risk?
            sometimes yes, of course
            i can do a pretty good job at defending myself if things go south, so i'm fairly confident in my ability to make them pipe it down, even if i have to resort to exploding with anger

            >i don't think that's a good thing.
            if the end result is the same, then those means don't seem that bad
            you can't exactly ask for people to solely use their heads, we're not machines
            if emotions are part of their driving force, then at least let it be good emotions pushing them to do good things
            i think that's a good thing

            it's important to notice all 3: the world as it is, the world as it should be, and the massive chasm between those two

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Whilst defending yourself is logical, I would rather not come to that
            If humans were a little more civil and logical, we wouldn't have so many problems

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            want an extreme example?
            the nazi regime came around and was allowed to rise because people believed that exact same thing, lol
            they never did anything specifically illegal, even if immoral
            nowadays we have regimes incorporating morality into their laws to prevent atrocities like that, and i think we can both agree that emotions play a heavy part in morality as a whole

            it's not so simple as just "being civil and logical", unfortunately
            playing by those rules would also result in big ass problems

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >playing by those rules would also result in big ass problems
            what sort of problems?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            the aforementioned regime is a problem in itself, and gives rise to many others too
            immorality would rise because of it as well, think involuntary human experiments for instance
            the suffering of the few test subjects would advance science tremendously and benefit lots of people as a whole, yet we refuse to do it because of morality
            the culling of chunks of population could also become a thing, because, right now we have more than enough resources to support everyone in the planet, but that won't always be the case
            when world population reaches a certain point where the planet can no longer produce the resources needed to support its population, what will we do then?
            it's a problem for future generations to think about, but if emotions come out of play, morality becomes insignificant at best, a hindrance at worst, leading to people think the best way of dealing with this is to cull the masses rather than, say, optimizing production and distribution for instance

            we as human beings have emotions, for better or worse
            they should be seen as a potential resource rather than a flaw, we need to use ourselves to the best of our potential

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            if ppl were logical then many of those issues would disappear
            over population for example
            with a logical population, ppl wouldn't be having as many kids. Only enough to sustain the population
            Also there wouldn't be any wars, because cooperation is more logical than competition

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >if ppl were logical then many of those issues would disappear
            not disproving any of the points i mentioned earlier, you gotta tell me *how* they'd disappear otherwise you're just being hopeful here

            >with a logical population, ppl wouldn't be having as many kids. Only enough to sustain the population
            that one is a good point, i'll give you that
            >cooperation is more logical than competition
            not always
            tons of things that we have nowadays are the result of competition rather than cooperation
            led screens, power production, research & development in general, all of these, a big drive for those is to "make it happen before anyone else so we gain fame/money"
            i have a personal bias to favor cooperation over competition, but i can't deny that competition also moves the world
            nor can i deny the fact that most cooperation we have nowadays stems from competition
            >join forces with someone else to beat someone more powerful than both of us individually
            for someone obssessed with logic, you don't really make a lot of sense, lol

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            (me)
            anon i'm sorry but i'm very very sleepy, i wish i could keep this up but i can't, lol
            thanks for talking to me today, that was a nice chat
            i'll see you around

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            goodnight to u 2 anon

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Yes, to some extent, but that could be explained by reasonable things. Anyways, I'm going to sleep. Feel free to drop contact information if you'd like and I'll message you sometime. If you'd rather not then I understand, especially given that I don't believe you'd like to and there's nothing wrong with that

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            goodnight anon
            unoriginal comment

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >It's best to let your displeasure be known in a calm and collected manner
            but "calm and collected" won't make the source of your displeasure disappear
            getting mad results in a more threatening attitude, which makes them more likely to stop
            it makes more sense to explode violently than simply remain calm

            >emotions lead to destruction and violence
            but they also may lead to creation and peace
            feelings of compassion may lead people to donate resources to the poor, make their lives a bit better
            feelings of passion may lead people to building great things, amazing projects, inventions, innovations, etc.
            feelings may also lead us to protect and nurture others
            it's not all that bad, anon

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >getting mad results in a more threatening attitude, which makes them more likely to stop
            or it may provoke them even more
            it's best to defuse the situation rather than escalate it

            >but they also may lead to creation and peace
            >feelings of compassion may lead people to donate resources to the poor, make their lives a bit better
            >feelings of passion may lead people to building great things, amazing projects, inventions, innovations, etc.
            >feelings may also lead us to protect and nurture others
            >it's not all that bad, anon
            all of these things do not require emotions.
            to help your fellow man is logical since it may also help you instead
            to build great things is logical as contributing to society contributes to your own well being as well
            to protect and nurture others is also logical as it also contributes to your wellbeing.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >or it may provoke them even more
            true, it might
            but don't forget others are also afraid of confrontation, no one likes that
            true, better to defuse than escalate, but sometimes, the best way to defuse it is to escalate it, especially if it's from someone who thinks they can frick with you

            >all of these things do not require emotions.
            true, they don't, but emotions are what drive most of the people doing these
            all i'm trying to say is that not all emotions result in negative outcomes

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            basically what i said here

            oh, really?
            what makes you schizotypal then? tell me about it

            i want to know more about those symptoms you talked about, what makes you a schizotypal, basically

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            well i have flat affect, I have interpersonal dificulties, I have anxiety. I am obsessed with logic and rationality which some people may understand as me having "odd thoughts"
            I am paranoid and socially awkward too.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            hmm... i see, interesting
            >flat affect
            tell me about this, don't think i know what that is
            i can relate to most of those but i have no diagnoses to my name, lol
            although i'm slightly obssessed with things making sense, not necessarily logic
            example, emotions aren't often logical, but they make sense often times

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >tell me about this, don't think i know what that is
            lack of apparent emotions and flat voice

            >example, emotions aren't often logical, but they make sense often times
            i find emotions to be irrational and therefore i try to disregard them completely, but i understand why an illogical being would feel one way or another usually.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            ah, interesting, i didn't know a lack of apparent emotions and a flat voice were linked to schizotypals
            >i find emotions to be irrational
            not always, they're not
            it's all mostly cause and effect, couple instances where that doesn't apply (e.g. mood swings) but that's the exception i think
            i mean, if you dump an ice bucket in someone's head, of course they'll be mad
            you give them a nice gift, they'll be at least a little bit happier
            so on, cause and effect

            >but i understand why an illogical being would feel one way or another usually.
            sounds like you get what i mean then
            in which case, why do you find emotions to be irrational? give me an example

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        What are the thoughts and beliefs that they believe might be delusions?
        I'm similar to you I think. I have the negative symptoms too.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I kept talking about things that i find illogical
          maybe that?

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Would you care to be friends?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      u sound sus anon

      if you're schizotypal shouldn't that mean that you don't have the desire for human connections in the first place let alone a gf?

      that's schizoid

      a sexy dead fish i bet hehe

      i'm average at best lole

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I just appreciate having schizotypals to talk to occasionally

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          y schizotypals specifically?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I find the condition relatable, I just haven't felt the need to see a doctor or anything. Being in similar company is nice sometimes

  4. 1 month ago
    lesbianloserlurker

    if you're schizotypal shouldn't that mean that you don't have the desire for human connections in the first place let alone a gf?

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