Socialisation, are others troubled?

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Socialisation, are others troubled?

Post by mental vagrant » Thu Dec 29, 2011 12:48 am

An area i seem to be mentally and physically defective. A diare progeny of an 'over-active mind'?
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Re: Socialisation, are others troubled?

Post by Tomas » Thu Dec 29, 2011 2:35 am

mental vagrant wrote:An area i seem to be mentally and physically defective. A diare progeny of an 'over-active mind'?
For all intents and purposes, we sleep for 8 hours a day (eat, shit, shower etc). What fills your time the other 16 hours?
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Re: Socialisation, are others troubled?

Post by mental vagrant » Thu Dec 29, 2011 2:54 am

Tomas wrote:
mental vagrant wrote:An area i seem to be mentally and physically defective. A diare progeny of an 'over-active mind'?
For all intents and purposes, we sleep for 8 hours a day (eat, shit, shower etc). What fills your time the other 16 hours?
Your bow aims at thought?

Yes i think, i can't get everything i need alone, of this i'm absolutely certain.
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Re: Socialisation, are others troubled?

Post by Tomas » Thu Dec 29, 2011 5:34 am

mental vagrant wrote:
Tomas wrote:
mental vagrant wrote:An area i seem to be mentally and physically defective. A diare progeny of an 'over-active mind'?
For all intents and purposes, we sleep for 8 hours a day (eat, shit, shower etc). What fills your time the other 16 hours?
Your bow aims at thought?

Yes i think, i can't get everything i need alone, of this i'm absolutely certain.
Like I asked earlier,

What fills your 16 hour day?
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Re: Socialisation, are others troubled?

Post by mental vagrant » Thu Dec 29, 2011 5:35 am

Mostly, self loathing. Other activities include the spa, puzzles and video games .
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Re: Socialisation, are others troubled?

Post by Bob Michael » Thu Dec 29, 2011 5:42 am

mental vagrant wrote:An area i seem to be mentally and physically defective. A diare progeny of an 'over-active mind'?
My experience is that an over-active mind can be a blessing in disquise. Surely it's better than having a dull mind. As it's from an overactive mind alone that a radical transformation of consciousness and eventual balance and true contentment of the entire organism can manifest. Good luck in finding that balance and contentment!

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Re: Socialisation, are others troubled?

Post by mental vagrant » Thu Dec 29, 2011 9:31 am

Thank you Bob Michael.
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Re: Socialisation, are others troubled?

Post by Bob Michael » Fri Dec 30, 2011 2:00 am

mental vagrant wrote:Thank you Bob Michael.
You're quite welcome, mv.

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Re: Socialisation, are others troubled?

Post by oxytocinNA » Sun Jan 08, 2012 3:01 pm

Not to pour water on the response, but an over active mind that is not effectively focused is like an over revving engine. It can over heat and seize up.
That said being more effective / efficient then your environment allows / requires, is wasted (outside of personal satisfaction). So being effectively focused well above the norm leads to frustration.

Better to be frustrated then self loathing.
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Re: Socialisation, are others troubled?

Post by Blair » Sun Jan 08, 2012 4:55 pm

And this is coming from an oxytocin addled idiot who doesn't know how to use hyphens?

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Re: Socialisation, are others troubled?

Post by oxytocinNA » Mon Jan 09, 2012 2:24 pm

Blair wrote:And this is coming from an oxytocin addled idiot who doesn't know how to use hyphens?
Oh no - I am cut to the quick... LOL

Way to address lazy grammer as opposed to the point. Misdirection ...nice.
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