I was eating my dinner in my apartment the other day. Just minding my own business. My normalshit roommate comes up to me for no reason and start blabbing about some internship he's doing in China over the summer. Then he has the fucking audacity to say "The hardest part is going to be away for so long, the entire summer, without seeing any of my friends. I can't go a day without seeing friends."
This fucking normalshit asswipe can't go a fucking day without friends. I wasn't going to reveal my true power level, but I was thinking, yeah try going 5 years without having friends.
This asswipe isn't my friend. Nor do I want to be his friend. These kids from high school took pity on me and let me room with them because they needed a 4th person. And guess what we aren't renewing our lease because all of them realized how much of a robot and autist I am.
in normal people there are biological mechanisms that cause neurotransmitters release in social situations in which they see someone they consider a 'friend' or a 'significant other'. this has a lot to do with a number of horomones such as oxytocin, but also dopamine.
your roomate does not mean to put you down, to him seeing others is a rush that he believes is universal. It's not his fault.
it's unlikely that you have a condition in which this response doesn't occur at all, different people have different responses to social stimuli, it's not fully understood
there's some evidence that this response can be learned however