I cannot, no matter how hard I try, invest in people. I can't hold a conversation because there are very few things you could say to me that will truly catch my interest. My entire social life consists of tiny amounts of insignificant small-talk. I just can't hold a meaningful conversation.
What the hell you find interesting that makes other people interests look dull?
I can't invest in other people's conversation cos I lack any life experience for a dude who's reached 26.
Lack of resources. No bridges near me high enough to kill me, can't get a gun, don't have a car, drinking bleach is incredibly painful, hanging usually isn't very successful, and self cutting is out of the question.
I normally think sites like these are cancer but this "article" actually helped me a lot in terms of carrying a conversation
This one should work. If it doesn't I'll give you a general description of what the link says.
This happens to me as well.
I have this eternal feeling that people just want to talk about their personal interests and goals, that they don't want to listen to others interest and goals. They don't want to talk, they are just waiting their turn to speak.
If you have your personal goals in life, stick to them and move on. You can be happy without investing in people.
When I talk to them I try to figure out what they like or want to brag about and I pretend interest, people love that shit.
You're a boring person with few interests who is probably depressed. Broaden your lame horizons and it'll be easier to connect with people. If you don't care about people you won't value their time or conversation. If you can't find anything interesting in people other than yourself then just devote your life to anime or whatever, it's cool, we'll get along fine without you.
This, I used to think I was to good to relate to people. They were just boring and couldn't compete with my mental capabilities.
I realized it was me who was uninteresting and I vastly underestimated people's intelligence. I got some hobbies and talked with more people and hell, I even actively desire to talk to people.
Point is, have you looked at what you can offer them and not what they offer you?