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What is off about you? Anonymous 53354

What is off about you? Do you think something is off about you? Do you think others can sense it? Are you good at hiding it?

Anonymous 53355

When the rich are weird, they’re called eccentric.

Anonymous 53356

My body language and posture (the way I align my shoulders and point my feet when I walk, so on).

Anonymous 53357

Talk to myself quite often when alone and sometimes in public but not as loud.
Refer to myself in 3rd person 90% of the time; can control when in public/around strangers.
Get the urge to laugh/say a certain word or make a noise out loud
Feel entire body sensations when listening to certain parts of music (generally classical compositions and such) to the extent where I skip certain songs in the car so other drives don't see me writhing with joy.
I feel like mannequins are staring at me whenever I walk past them
Have vivid dreams and sometimes can't tell the difference between certain dreams and memories.

As far as I'm aware, they only know about my habits of talking to myself (ofcourse not to its true extent) and my hate of mannequins if i verbally express it (other wise just keep a wide girth and mutter "fucking mannequins" when walking past).
It all generally sounds worse than it actually is.

Anonymous 53358

>>53357
Forgot to add that I can also be very obssesive i.e found a song, listen to for 10 hours through the night, make a cd with it on loop so I can listen to it on repeat in my van as I drive to the dentist, come back home and listen to it some more. Usually lasts from a few days to a week depending on the song.

Anonymous 53359

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>>53358
What's the last song you've listened to for 10 hours? I do this to but I listen to the song for only a couple days and then find another song to obsess over.

Anonymous 53360

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>>53359
The one mentioned was https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOL8JfauRHo but only the front half which I edited to run twice as long
Latest sort of obsession listening would be for https://youtu.be/mMqVoUQVlCU but it's been quite a while since then.
Most recently though I have been listening to either a loop of cossack folk songs or german landschnekt/colonial folk songs.

Anonymous 53361

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My voice is really strange sounding and it doesnt seem like it belongs to me. I think it throws people off a bit. I'm intj and have an intj stare lmao. Nah jk. I have a really fucked up sense of humor that most people don't get. My body language exudes a weird aura. I have weird facial features and usually a weird twisted smirk. I could go on.

Anonymous 53362

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I can pull off being normie somewhat well, but I’m not good at dealing with social situations I’m not ready for. I have to practice what I’m going to order before I order food or anything and I have to consciously “act normal” whenever I talk to people. This results in most of my conversations being a really bad LARP of what I think they would like and it breaks down whenever I’m met with a slight challenge or caught off guard. So unexpected social interaction makes me awkward and apologetic at best and confrontational at worst.
It’s even worse when I’m drunk, which makes meeting people at bars or going out with colleagues very awkward (for them). This means I have basically no friends irl, which makes me retreat more online.
Also I suck at eye contact, but that’s more because I find eye contact way too intimate for me for most conversations. Normies really like it, but I feel like I’m staring them down when I do it idk.

Anonymous 53363

>>53362
Reminds me of that image off /fit/ were the guy has to write out his lines for ordering pizza over the phone

Anonymous 53364

>>53361
>I have weird facial features
Is that you in the pic (or just a random of the weird horse "art")? If so, what weird facial features are you referring to? Nothing stands out.
> I'm intj and have an intj stare lmao.
Again, if you, you don't give off an INTJ aura at all.

Anonymous 53365

>>53364
Pic isnt me at all. By weird facial features, I just mean obviously asymmetrical to anyone that sees me. I am intj and the intj stare was a joke.

>Again, if you, you don't give off an INTJ aura at all.


What?

Anonymous 53366

I have poor health and always feel like shit and I think I constantly come across as ill and febrile to others. Also I can be kind of awkward in my body movements.

Anonymous 53367

I often have an urge to speak in different accents. it's been an austrailian one of recent years

Anonymous 53368

what-you-can-learn…

>>53362
>I can pull off being normie somewhat well, but I’m not good at dealing with social situations I’m not ready for. I have to practice what I’m going to order before I order food or anything and I have to consciously “act normal” whenever I talk to people. This results in most of my conversations being a really bad LARP of what I think they would like and it breaks down whenever I’m met with a slight challenge or caught off guard. So unexpected social interaction makes me awkward and apologetic at best and confrontational at worst.
Same here. When I used to have to make phone calls at work, I would sometimes jot down a script of what I needed to say or I would just forget half of it and go "uhhhhh" constantly.

I also
>have to restrain myself from making inappropriate jokes
>keep talking way past the point where everybody is bored to death
>answer questions in far more detail than is necessary
>have trouble modulating my tone, got real sick of always being told to speak up and stop mumbling or use a less aggressive tone
>lose track of what the other person is saying, realize they asked me a question, and just be like "sure" because I have no idea what they're asking and don't want to admit it
>occasionally involuntarily smile when getting bad news

Anonymous 53369

>>53368
I relate to this.

Anonymous 53370

>>53354
i feel like people are gangstalking me

Anonymous 53371

>>53370
Get a gun
Never relax
Stay safe

Anonymous 53372

>>53361

>I'm intj


>The Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is an introspective self-report questionnaire with the purpose of indicating differing psychological preferences in how people perceive the world around them and make decisions.[1][2][3] Though the test superficially resembles some psychological theories it is commonly classified as pseudoscience, especially as it pertains to its supposed predictive abilities.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myers%E2%80%93Briggs_Type_Indicator#Criticism

Anonymous 53373

>>53354
I walk weird and run weird, it's not something I made up, people have told me about it, not many though.

Anonymous 53374

>>53372
Hey now anon. MBTI may be only slightly better than astrology as far as being useful irl, but how else do you intend on categorizing people into neat little boxes?

t. INFJ and Scorpio

Anonymous 53375

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Anonymous 53376

>>53375
big 5 is just myers briggs for incels

Anonymous 53377


Anonymous 53378

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it's really awkward for me to speak about myself…i manage pretty well in most social situations but in deeper conversations or friendships i need to be drawn out/asked questions. it doesn't even occur to me to talk about myself until someone asks me or even says "hey, you never really talk about yourself??". closer friends have told me it reads as secretive and possibly aloof, or mysterious and alluring.

Anonymous 53379

My way of speaking and the way I put sentences together is apparently weird and spergy. One of my best friends recently confessed to me that in one of our first classes he heard me speak and wondered if I was German. English is my first language, and I have a garden variety American accent.
:^(

Anonymous 53380

Someone with legit diagnosed autism told me that when he first met me he thought I had autism so I guess that counts for something

Anonymous 53381

>>53354
i have cptsd, so there's a lot. it kind of fucks my whole life and personality. i dont even know who i really am anymore.

Anonymous 53382

>>53378
Same. It's really hard for me to open up to people or get close to people. I've given up though.
>>53381
How did you get cptsd?

Anonymous 53383

>>53382
childhood neglect lol

Anonymous 53384

i'm exclusively attracted to murderers, might also have autism because i have 0 social skills

Anonymous 53385

>>53354
You can see everything that I'm feeling at my face and I can't control it that much. But it's cute to some people.

Something more drastic is that I'm constantly singing in my head. It's like there's a brodway show in đy head. This goes back to my parents being musicians.
When I'm alone (like not with anyone I know but full of random people) somethimes I'm singing and I'm not aware of it. Combine that with my previous problem and I look like I'm manic. I've been told that I even look scary in unvanny way.

Anonymous ## Cleanup crew 53386

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