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It sounds to me like you may have a case of the 2-cools. Do you sometimes find yourself in life being, how should I say, too cool? Perhaps too cool for school?
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That's all very petty. When I get an invitation the only thing I think about is whether I want to go..
I remember being confused by that. Did she genuinely want me to come? Did she want to add me to her circle? Or was she just doing it to be polite and didn't want to hurt my feelings? I wasn't sure if she *really* wanted me to come so I ended up politiely declining the invitation. I can only accept invitations where I know I am truly wanted.
I never got an invitation from her again and never became more than casual acquaintances. Now that I think of it, maybe she was hurt that I didn't accept her invitation so she stopped inviting me. On the other hand, I could have accepted her invitation and spent the evening feeling awkward, like I was an unwanted imposition. So who knows?
EII - INTj - Dostoyevsky -
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"And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it." -Roald Dahl
It's pretty cool
“Whether we fall by ambition, blood, or lust, like diamonds we are cut with our own dust.”
Originally Posted by Gilly
Yeah, I would simply advise....to stop doing that. If you want to connect with others, and it's only natural and human or whatever, then you gotta learn how to play the social game. Trust has to be earned, but you have to give people chances or you'll depress yourself in narcissistic nothingness. It's like, you gotta give everybody these tiny droplets of chances to see how far they'll pull through for you, without putting your hopes up or expecting 'good things to happen.'I make up my mind quickly about people and the degree of interaction I want to have with them.
That's probably why I have very few friends.
Whoa. You need to get over yourself. Point blank. We all do, but I'm talking to YOU right now. you. Need. to get. over. YOU. Or you'll never have a happy life. Ever. You think feelings of neutrality are reason not to show up somewhere and evolve yourself? Honey, neutrality is looking more and more great in these dark economic times. Most people settle for *just enough* happiness. You spoiled american, you have gotten everything you materialistically wanted, at the expense of all spiritual and psychological development.But when those people that I feel neutral about invite my out with a group I take great pleasure in
declining. It's like my way of saying SHOVE IT!!!
n0ki: If it weren't for faggy civilization, people like me and bnd would be totally dead by now.
How does emotional neutrality aid one in economics?
Also, what exactly does he need to get over to live a happy life? His emotional neutrality?