Does anybody else feel like they're incapable of friendship?

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Mimi Marquez
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19 Apr 2019, 7:21 am

Not exactly incapable. I'm not picky when it comes to friendship aside from one aspect - if I'm going to be friends with somebody, they need to have what I consider good morals. A huge one is "doesn't judge those who are different/weird, even people who society considers low-functioning", and it seems as though many few people meet that, at least in my high school. Anybody else relate to this?



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19 Apr 2019, 9:21 pm

"incapable" is too broad, but close.

Trying to have friends, is not worth the cost benefit analysis.

Precious lil "people" way too judgmental and they act like they have never done anything wrong before in their lives

They make judgements ("I know you're smart" , "you're charming") and expect me to say "thank you", but they are just annoying



Compliments are just as judgmental as insults



And manipulative



The other thing is that I don't have enough to offer to friends, positively


It has to be a two way street