I was and am too contrary for assimilation. I’m a core individualist, even when I was a kid.

I was and am too contrary for assimilation. I’m a core individualist, even when I was a kid.

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Nah. Still sounds like learned helplessness. Kid could’ve lost weight without bullying. You could wash your hair.

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The “intimate social circle” isn’t my thing. But there’s lots bigger than me. Social pressures present me with a choice but I don’t conform to the pressure because of the pressure. It’s not different than if it was a choice because I read it in a book.

It’s my perspective. I see learned helplessness in you. Social pressure is all it takes.

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Nah. It’s ’cause I’m weird.
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  I don’t chose to be weird. I just am. Social pressure + conformity requires a “something” I just don’t have or understand. I can chose to go along with or not, but I don’t join in whatever way people join groups. I’m there and then flit away when I don’t see the need.
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 If you’re trying to switch the conversation into something else (you keep trying). There’s something in the gaps of reality that’s beyond. But it’s a flow to join or push against. It’s distinct from social pressure as those are just people doing people things.
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 Society is not god or a god nor would I mistake it for such.
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 If you learn a lesson from your experiences, that’s great. But I couldn’t suggest that bullies are doing god’s work as that’s ridiculous.
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