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24 Aug 2012, 4:38 am

Seeing how many people here want to be cured and have a normal social life, makes me think I'm not even an aspie. I might be able to socialise if I try, but the thing is I have a huge disrespect for society. How people treated since I was a little innocent child is unforgivable and after expierencing all of this I should still be part of it? Hell no! You can lick their asses as much as you want, I'll stay away from these pricks.


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24 Aug 2012, 4:47 am

Misanthropy ftw. In my early teens I vowed to destroy humanity one day. Still possible as long as I'm alive. 8)



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24 Aug 2012, 4:52 am

I don't like the way most people conduct their lives either, but then again I really don't care as much as you seem to. The way I look at it, I can't change them and most of them will never have a single interaction with me so why worry about it? I have my friends and family and beyond that, as long as they leave me alone, I neither love nor hate others. I am just indifferent to them all. Most people are like that though if they are honest.


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24 Aug 2012, 6:40 am

There are good people, bad and everything in between in society. I recommend not licking any of them, at least until you get to know them better. I'm not saying you haven't been treated like crap because most of us have but if you don't let it go it's only hurting you.



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24 Aug 2012, 8:02 am

I don't hate all people, just bad people. I am non social, not anti social. I am a solitary, introverted, hermit type of person. I find interactions with others to be very uncomfortable, so I prefer to interact as little as possible.

In your case you do sound anti social, but also upset, so I believe whatever is upsetting you has put you into an anti social phase. I think being non social, is less stressful than being anti social, as there is little or no anger and upset involved in it.

Here are some ideas on coping with the stress you seem to be dealing with:

- Exercise. It generates mood boosting endorphins.

- Read funny stories and watch funny shows. Humor also generates endorphins.

- Eat healthy, and enough of it. A healthier diet will boost your immune system and is also good for your mind. Skimping on amount of food leads to depression, crankiness, and being more prone to get sick.

- Get enough rest. Being tired leads to depression, crankiness, and being more prone to get sick, too.

- Listen to and/or play music. This is mood boosting.

Hope this helps, and I hope you are eventually able to switch over to non social! You will feel better when you do. :D



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24 Aug 2012, 9:41 am

Dizzee wrote:
Seeing how many people here want to be cured and have a normal social life, makes me think I'm not even an aspie. I might be able to socialise if I try, but the thing is I have a huge disrespect for society. How people treated since I was a little innocent child is unforgivable and after expierencing all of this I should still be part of it? Hell no! You can lick their asses as much as you want, I'll stay away from these pricks.


I have a huge disrespect for the human race too but I still enjoy socialization, even though it is very challenging for me. I don't have a "normal" social life; I mainly socialize with other Aspies and I prefer this to interacting with NTs.

There are many other Aspies who feel as you do and it is important to remember that not all Aspies have the same opinions. Just because some disagree with you, it doesn't mean you don't have AS!


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24 Aug 2012, 10:01 am

Dizzee wrote:
Seeing how many people here want to be cured and have a normal social life, makes me think I'm not even an aspie. I might be able to socialise if I try, but the thing is I have a huge disrespect for society. How people treated since I was a little innocent child is unforgivable and after expierencing all of this I should still be part of it? Hell no! You can lick their asses as much as you want, I'll stay away from these pricks.


I detest the way most people live life and I absolutely will not "lick ass" of the kind of people you describe. I would call myself pretty misanthropic more often than not. But not everyone is like that - I don't want to "be part of it" like you said but some company from that small percentage of humanity who are not like that would be appreciated.



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24 Aug 2012, 10:08 am

I don't like people either. You could still have aspergers and not like people or you could be schizoid.



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24 Aug 2012, 10:14 am

Pretty much same here. Sometimes I just look at someone and think "how are you even intelligent enough to breathe". There are incredibly stupid people out there, and that would be okay if they were just stupid, but unfortunately many of them are also inconsiderate assholes.

I try not to let a general hate for humanity build up, but it's definately not easy. The worst part is how I'm generally a polite, quiet and considerate person who tries hard not to get on anyone's nerves, and still I'm constantly getting s**t for being "weird" and have to watch how the biggest idiots have the most success.



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24 Aug 2012, 10:22 am

They don't do it on purpose, but rather out of unconsciousness (because I dont like the word stupid, its so negative loaded).



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24 Aug 2012, 5:38 pm

Not everyone is the same, but I suppose we're like wild animals in a sense we (as in the human race) treat others as inferior if they're disabled in some way. It's a method of survival, the strong go together to create strong offspring to continue the species.
In many species low on the food chain, like birds for example, they will mask their sickness to avoid being more vulnerable to predators.
I certainly don't want to be a part of a society where it's all superficial and everyone is trying to be the best, or the most powerful.
There is nothing wrong with craving human companionship, though, the reason why you "hate" people is because of how SOME people treated you. Not everyone will treat you badly, but you have to be prepared for those that might and learn to accept that those people have little value to you and to know when to move on.

There is also nothing wrong with wanting to be "cured" -- people on the spectrum often face enormous difficulties, some worse than others, I am often frustrated with myself, in some ways I crave normalcy because things do get overwhelming a lot. There is NOTHING wrong with wanting to abandon those feelings, because they are energy consuming and are often the source of our suffering. They also bring with them a lot of humiliation, which most people try to avoid.

I hate how autism is treated as a subculture, and that NT are often treated as the enemy invading our territory, if I were to have a child on the spectrum, I would not want them growing up that way, with those feelings of resentment.
Autism is a disability, it isn't a super power, NT are not a different species, they're not the enemy. At the end of the day, we are all the same yet mentally we function differently.
It is no reason to hate people, and is no reason to resent those that want to see the end of the things which are disabling them from functioning normally.



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25 Aug 2012, 12:49 am

The fuel for my misanthropic fire is how easy things could be far better, but because of stupidity, complacency and general cowardice, things remain the way they are. It is a curse to effortlessly realize these things, because the end result is a waning hope for humanity's long term future. We truly are, as a whole, nothing but savages hardly diverged from the rest of the animal kingdom.

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25 Aug 2012, 2:03 am

I hate people, society, etc. I live by my own rules (keeping within the law) and I'm not influenced by the group. In fact, I'm the enemy of anything the group likes.
But I'm autistic. Some want to be more like others and some are fine to be just ourselves.

Although I too am tired of seeing autism as a subculture. It is in the DSM IV for a reason. I'm diagnosed because of my impairments. But I don't want to be cured, I live with it. If I wasn't autistic I would be writing a book. If I didn't have ADHD I might actually experience writer's block.

I'm an opponent of the social networking world. That's basically what my book is about. Also, spaceships.


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25 Aug 2012, 2:46 am

If those things mean you aren't autistic, OP, a good percentage of the people here who say they are, wouldn't be.