Recently in my college, everyone decided that I don't exist. People literally treat me as if I'm not there, like I'm the wind or something.
If I say something; it's ignored. Even my friends only speak to me when spoken to, sometimes I'll ask them a question and they flat out say nothing and walk away, not even looking at me. People who aren't my friends say nothing. I've started to feel really isolated and disconnected from society.
There's no reason for everyone to dislike me; I haven't done anything, nor insulted anyone or done anything questionable. I also haven't acted like much a sperg. It seems as if they just decided I wasn't interesting enough to exist.
Hell, the isolation is really getting to me. Today I gave in to the isolation and began weeping. Nobody said anything.
Maybe you aren't talking loud enough. Raise your voice and people shall listen. Use the power of the voice to get your way.
Read more, embrace your isolation. Seek knowledge, it is more important than that petty socializing.
I feel exactly the same man, it is as if no one dislikes me but they just don't find me interesting enough to really care about me until they really get to know me, and they don't want to get to know me..
what are you fucking 18 years old?
welcome to college, it's nothing like high school
the professors are there to profess, they are not teachers
everyone else is there to get a piece of paper that says they have a degree, they don't give a shit about whatever the hell you're doing
fucking normalfag, piss off
You've walked into heaven and you're complaining? Shit nigga, some of us dream that people would stop interacting with us.
Srsly doh, most people are only interested in themselves. If it doesn't relate to them in some egoic manner then they just turn off and tune out. If you really crave their attention then pander to them, otherwise enjoy the peace and serenity.
I'm the most knowledgeable person I know. Around 5 years ago I became a massive bookworm, spending all my spare time in the library or reading a book. It didn't help me much, I was less isolated then but I think it worsened it.
Socializing is a human desire, we all need to talk to someone or we become insane. Sometimes I wonder if I have become insane from the isolation.
>I'm the most knowledgeable person I know
That's why people don't like talking to you. You're a know-it-all and you probably lecture people on shit. Nobody likes being corrected all the time, especially by assholes who just sit around reading other people's opinions in books.
People weep over this? heck I've been alone nearing 4 years and people rarely talk to me or acknowledge my existance. should I be dead by now?
gonna try and help you mate so forgive me if i sound harsh. youre probably doing something that people find weird or off-putting but you dont realise it. what ive noticed with a lot of socially awkward people is that they dont realise some of the things they do are strange. it could be as simple as laughing at the wrong things or making unfunny jokes all the time or just having a strange expression on your face you dont even know about. that doesnt mean its right for people to ignore you or block you out. but unfotunately thats just how human interaction works.
another explanation is that it's just in your mind and youre being parranoid but id say the best thing to do is ask somebody you are close to to be honest wth you and help you understand why these things have been happening. ask them if they are aware of it or do they think you are maybe just misinterpreting peoples reactions. if they agree with you then ask them whats making people behave this way towards you and dont react in an angry or unpleasant way.
anyway if it carries on then the best thing to do is maybe move somewhere where people dont know you. start anew. if it keeps happening then unfortunately it might be something you are doing. try and understand what it is and change it.
it could always be something as simple as smelling bad, or having bad breath etc
I appreciate the advice. I'd say my situation is a combination of both of those things. I honestly think moving away is the only option, I spent a week a way last year and it was the only time in 5 years where I felt part of something.