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Postby jaus tail » Tue Jul 14, 2020 7:51 am

whenever i talk to anyone, i end up steering the talk toward philosophy, psychology and stuff... does this happen to you... eventually it ends up into a heated debate... n i guess the other person gets fed up if my serious talk all the time...
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Postby Terry E. » Tue Jul 14, 2020 9:42 pm

jaus tail wrote:whenever i talk to anyone, i end up steering the talk toward philosophy, psychology and stuff... does this happen to you... eventually it ends up into a heated debate... n i guess the other person gets fed up if my serious talk all the time...


Is it because you can't do light social conversation, you are always too serious ??
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Postby jaus tail » Wed Jul 15, 2020 7:58 am

i am always too serious. i've been told by a friend that you're always in therapy mode.
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Postby Terry E. » Wed Jul 15, 2020 10:27 am

jaus tail wrote: I am always too serious. I've been told by a friend that you're always in therapy mode.


Same, can't do small talk, which is a real pain when talking to the opposite sex when dating.

It is either serious and I can see problems in life and the world everywhere, or black humour.

I have wondered about this a lot, kind of one of the reasons I hate socialising.

Is this keeping people at a distance because we don't trust and literally don't want them to intrude on our personal space ?
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Postby jaus tail » Wed Jul 15, 2020 10:44 am

Terry E. wrote:Same, can't do small talk, which is a real pain when talking to the opposite sex when dating.

It is either serious and I can see problems in life and the world everywhere, or black humour.

I have wondered about this a lot, kind of one of the reasons I hate socialising.

Is this keeping people at a distance because we don't trust and literally don't want them to intrude on our personal space ?


it keeps me from enjoying life, from letting things go... when you take everything too seriously...
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