Nov 21, 2012 at 10:24PM EST
What I mean by needing attention: When feeling alienated, it’s quite natural to seek recognition from others. But it’s not a bad thing, it will spare you from have an identity crisis.
I also sense that you feel like it’s bad to be different. I thought I should let you know that it’s normal to be different.
So your viewpoints and understandings of various things (particularly morality) differ widely from what is commonly accepted on the internet and probably IRL so you feel isolated?
Everyone feels that way. You look at the rest of the world and probably think they are all alike, and all get along and all agree. But look at each induvidual and you will find people just as isolated as you.
EG: Do you think I’m all the same and fit in nicely with the crowd? Hell no. I’m the only Obama supporter in a family of staunch Republicans. I’m the only DnB listener in a family of choir listeners. I’m the only agnostic diest in a family of Apostolics. I’m the only Brony for several square miles. I could go on forever how I’m completely different from my society and I feel completely alienated from anyone else. I can’t relate to anyone here.
You are not alone in being different, we’re all different in our own different ways. So no need to worry about that as long as friends will accept you for your differences, do they?
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