Pic related, I got a score of 97. I really don't know why I come here. But I very rarely browse r9k, I'm just here because I heard you guys feel like losers or think you are.
But maybe I can help.
Ask me anything really, advice about anything, I'll do my best.
That's a pretty high score buddy.
I'm not wealthy, I don't go to the doctor or dentist on a regular basis, I think that's about it except maybe little shit like having a clean living space.
It's kinda messy right now so I didn't give myself that.
I don't think there's anything off with me, I just think our society is so deranged at this point that I'm one of the last emotionally, mentally stable people of my generation.
>I just think our society is so deranged at this point that I'm one of the last emotionally, mentally stable people of my generation.
Woah woah woah, you want us to believe you actually got above 50, while posting that kind of shit?
That's how I felt when I was 18.
What you can expect from the real world is a lot more of the same, cruelty, apathy, the world tries to find your weakness and exploit it as much as it can, and if you DON'T have a weakness it tries to make one up for you.
You're never going to find happiness outside of yourself, you're never going to find happiness in the world.
Before I fully answer your question anon, I must ask you this.
Do you Love yourself?
I do actually.
I'm just gonna pour out what I'm feeling right now; basically I'm so fucking scared of the future. I'll be graduating and going to college soon and meet so many new people. All responsibilities and consequences will be on me now. That's the basic gist of it.
I'm surprised to hear that answer bro.
Most people don't Love themselves.
But if you do love yourself, then you shouldn't worry about things outside of yourself.
If you love yourself, you won't need to look outside of yourself for validation.
and that's a real advantage you have, no matter how much you fail you'll at least be able to say to yourself "Hey, I know I'm worth it."
I'm sad to say that most people don't have that.
You will learn to deal with the responsibilities and consequences, just make sure that you breathe, relax, allow yourself to remain grounded and do your very best.
Who here /7/?
All points are from the leftmost column.
I never hear anyone say this. I only hang out with well adjusted people though. I think people who really have their shit together don't think this because they are mature enough to know that thoughts like that are arrogant and solipsistic.
I got a 38, 44 on account of the bonus round.
Can't say much for my mental health, and I never really got to have the experiences that everyone else had (sex, romance, friends, etc.), but I'm finally getting it together - at 22 no less.
I figure it's better late than never.
After I had started lifting, it has begun to feel like everything is coming together. For once in my bleak existence I feel alive and that I don't have to be terrified by the judgements of others anymore.
In each and every person I see a reflection of myself. The same insecurity that plagues them is the insecurity that drove me into my NEET-hole, how could I judge them for handling it differently? It wasn't my fear of the world that kept me locked up, it was the fear of the man in the mirror, and the confusion that came along with it.
That doesn't change the fact that no one I know talks about how empty or crazy the interior lives of other people are. I think it's a sign of maturity to understand that most people out there have an interior life as rich as yours.
You could always be someones trophy husband
79. I normally get the "slightly strange" category, but I just got hired for a salaried job, ending my year in minimum wage retail, and since there are no half-points I counted internet friends as friends and LDRs as relationships, which bumped me into normalfag territory.
I'll kindly get out now.