I am alone in the sense that I connect with none of my peers
They are not my peers
I am neither above nor below them
I am just detached from humans
Because I am not human
My physical body is human
I am made of matter like everyone else.
My mind doesn't connect with others mind
I mimic the social interactions
It is what is expected of me
Yet I feel separated
I don't connect to people on the same level they connect with others
I am the outcast
I stand outside the safe perimeter that contains them all
I can look in and see them play, smile and laugh
I can try to join, but the barrier between us makes it impossible to fully enjoy it
I can see how their lives are so simple
They don't know what resides outside of the bubble
I can see in to their world, but they can't see out into mine.
It's OK for you to fear me although I mean you no harm.
I have confused doctors my whole life with countless time leaving with no diagnosis
I've had the tests. The MRI scans, the EKG, EEG, talks with a therapist.
On the outside and inside of my physical body I am an attractive, normal functioning human.
I just see things differently
I'm not the only one, I'm not special for anything, I just haven't met anyone else
I'm sure they are out there somewhere.
>that one weird kid who thought he saw more than everyone else
The truth is EVERYONE can see 'your world'. You just can't fit into theirs, so you try to pretend it's because you're a special snowflake.
Well if you want to pull the special snowflake card, I can play with that.
It's such a meaningless insult. Everyone has free will and the ability to do whatever they want with it. So yes I am a special snowflake.
So are you and so is every other fag on this board, or on the street, or literally anywhere.
Everyone is different and unique.
Most people feel the same way. Social interaction comes easy to some, and for others its a skill that you need to regularly practice and adapt.
You either get over it and learn to connect with people, or you feed into your delusions of grandeur and superiority.
THEY SAID I WAS DIFFERENT
I SAY THEY'RE ALL THE SAME
OP's condition must be incredibly common
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