Do you fell inferior , same or superior to normal people?

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Do you fell inferior , same or superior to normal people?
i feel inferior to normal people 36%  36%  [ 35 ]
i feel about the same to normal people 27%  27%  [ 26 ]
i feel superior to normal people 37%  37%  [ 36 ]
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29 Oct 2010, 10:12 am

I think my sense of humour is superior.



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31 Oct 2010, 8:51 pm

I think that most of us have a "superiority complex" in some way or form. Mine is one a "Godly level." But good thing I really don't say anything.

Sometimes, with what I'm capable of, I feel like a god on certain levels, but I also feel really inferior because I'm not normal, and it makes me depressed. I do get pissed that some people getting better "treatment," but the way I feel it, I just want to prove my worth, and show them that I'm more capable than anyone else. :( And yep, it equals out.



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31 Oct 2010, 9:15 pm

We all feel the NTs have a better life, a better chance. But the NTs rarely make it big like Gates, Einstein, Disney, et... Because they are not as creative.


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03 Nov 2010, 11:02 am

We are superior and will take over the world!! !!



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03 Nov 2010, 11:31 am

Simonono wrote:
We are superior and will take over the world!! !!


Aspies have already made this world what it is.

The CEOs of both Apple and Microsoft are Aspies, as is the CEO of Facebook, as was Einstein, as was Newton, as was Mozart...



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06 Nov 2010, 4:05 am

About the same, although I do have a mild inferiority complex.



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06 Nov 2010, 11:15 am

Definitely inferior. Can't help feeling that I'm, ah.. broken.



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22 Nov 2010, 1:26 am

Depends on my mood. If I am in a state of raging depression, or alone in the corner of the classroom watching a big group of people have a conversation and work together effectively, inferior. If I have just been reading Nietzsche and am in a state of philosophical ecstasy (the only words I can describe it with), superior. If I am in a group of people not sure what to do, the same.



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22 Nov 2010, 2:59 am

TechnicalPacifist wrote:
Definitely inferior. Can't help feeling that I'm, ah.. broken.


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this world has rammed its negative estimation of me down my throat for so long, i can't remember a time when this wasn't so.



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30 Mar 2011, 9:17 pm

Most NTs tend to antagonize me, and anyone I meet that I manage to get along with probably couldn't be described as "normal". As such, I have a generally negative view of NTs. I feel that their antagonizing is due to their unintelligence, because they clearly feel as if they profit from antagonizing me. Due to this, I have begun to feel that I am superior to most NTs, because I am able to see that meaningless antagonizing is meaningless. Not to mention the fact that I am able to ponder ideas that most NTs reject simply because they challenge their views of reality, such as the fact that reality as it is perceived might not even exist. Similarly, I believe that all of human advancement is useless, seeing how we know extremely little of as much as there is to know.


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30 Mar 2011, 9:28 pm

a lot of hermits are the way they are because they don't feel ready for the prime time of the NT world.



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30 Mar 2011, 10:23 pm

I feel very superior in academics, whilst I feel inferior when it comes to conforming, socialising and sports.


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31 Mar 2011, 7:09 am

jmnixon95 wrote:
Impossible to say, because I have difficulties that are very simple for NTs to accomplish, and vice versa. My difficulties may be others' strengths, while my strengths may be others' difficulties.


YAAAY! For once something still applies after half of a year!



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31 Mar 2011, 2:02 pm

'Apples and oranges', I reckon. :P

I voted for 'the same', by the way.



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31 Mar 2011, 5:18 pm

I'm not going to vote because none of the options properly express my views. I think of myself as superior in some ways, but that has nothing to do with Aspergers per se, but with my ability to focus, the fact that I don't much care what the rest of the world thinks of me, and my intelligence.

Of course, when it comes to social interactions I am quite inferior to NTs.

Generally I view Aspergers as making me about the same as everyone else, just different (if that makes sense).



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31 Mar 2011, 5:24 pm

I'm superior to most people. ;)