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23635 No. 23635 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I just want to talk a bit about this phrase which I am sure some of you have seen tossed around lately. This I think is the most ignorant, moronic, and backwards thing you could ever tell someone, especially if they're feeling frustrated/hurt about something.
It's the sort of insensitive and uncaring thing people who know nothing about the person or what they are feeling will toss around like nothing and I think it can really hurt people and drive them to commit hurtful actions to themselves or maybe others. If you tell this to someone they might just end up deciding they in turn don't owe the world anything and start lashing out, or take it to heart and hurt themselves because of it. But aside from all that, it's a double standard that goes both ways. If you've ever felt wronged by anyone or anything, then by the logic of this statement and what it represents you forfeit any right to complain about said wrong doing or problems. Imagine you just got mugged and and when you ask for help someone says "The world doesn't owe you anything". Failed that test you studied so hard for? well the world doesn't owe you anything. You just got cheated on? Too bad the world doesn't owe you anything. Imagine grieving over the death of a loved one you wish you could see again just to have someone tell you "The world doesn't owe you anything".
I think this is a cruel thing to say in any context and you're a shitty person if you say it to anyone for any reason.
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>> No. 23637 [Edit]
>>23635
The world doesn't owe you anything. That's true. But if someone has wronged you, the person owes you, not the world itself. If the person who wronged you in some way says that statement to justify their actions, that individual is a fool.
>> No. 23638 [Edit]
I'm the opposite. I use it on myself and it makes me feel less crap. The world takes and takes and it's about all it does. Pretending that it's a just place just gets my hopes up. At the end of the day, all you got is number one, expecting anything else to come through is just a crapshoot.

It's not really tactful, polite or even really correct to use it to cover your own crap, but the statement itself isn't strictly untrue when used in the right context.
>> No. 23639 [Edit]
"The world doesn't owe you anything" sounds like a phrase a baby boomer (who grew up in the wealthiest generation in human history) would tell a millennial who doesn't make much money, after being forced to go into massive debt for college, then do an unpaid internship, then get hired for minimum wage and no benefits. Boomers pretend that the world is just like it was when they were growing up, even though it is in fact vastly different now.
>> No. 23659 [Edit]
>>23636
The world doesn't owe you anything, not fairness or justice or happiness, as such is the way of the world. If this is true, then it stands to reason that you in turn do not owe the world fair conduct, equal and just exchange, or happiness. To owe, to be owed, and to have a set of rules for the benefit of one party, is something that must go both ways in a relationship between entities, or not at all. If the world and its laws will not regard me, then I shall not regard the desires and needs of the world or its laws. The world can only demand adherence to it's own wishes if it holds up its own end of the bargain, which is, in fact, the promise of just treatment under its care. If it fails to do so, or even refuses to do so, then the contract is voided, and I shall act accordingly with disregard for the world or its laws. You cannot give nothing yet expect to be given something in return.

I owe the world nothing, not observation of its laws nor fair exchange nor just treatment.

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23521 No. 23521 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Here's a crappy attempt at some self help

Name at least one thing you feel is wrong with your life.

Describe how you can fix that thing.

Then explain why you haven't done that thing yet.

And please don't say something like "Being alive, killing myself, I'm a coward". We're looking for real answers here.
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>> No. 23650 [Edit]
>>23649
Going to college certainly isn't for everyone, and some majors are pretty useless. But many majors lead to pretty straightforward career paths. It's really not as bad as you make it sound, unless someone studies gender studies or art or something. Besides, not all college is university. There's always trade schools, where you can learn welding, HVAC, or something like that.
>> No. 23651 [Edit]
>>23646
>But what you do need is determination.
What this means, in the case of college, is the ability to deal with four years of BS, that you not only do not get paid for but have to pay for yourself out the ass.

>>23647
This is true. I hear all the time about people who go to college, complete their degree, and do the exact same jobs they would be doing had they not gone to college in the first place. The only reason anyone should go to college is if they know for sure that whatever they study will let them go into a job that they know exists (and have the money to pay for it/can get financial aid from govt). Really, that's all it is good for. If all you want is to actually learn things, you can very well teach yourself. Going to school, spending the day in classes, then going back home to do work for those classes while having to be around a bunch of retards all day sounds like garbage to me. The only form of post-secondary education that I've seen that seems somewhat worth it are some trade programs at community colleges.

The other question you have to ask yourself is, even if you did go to college and get a degree that is worth something, would you even want to work at that higher paying job that you'd be able to get? I sure as hell wouldn't want to be a computer programmer or some sort of highly skilled position, that sounds like a pain in the ass. I'd rather deal with less work and get paid less accordingly. Not like many of us have families to pay for or whatever. It's much easier to live on low wages when you've only got yourself to pay for.

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>> No. 23652 [Edit]
>>23651
>I sure as hell wouldn't want to be a computer programmer or some sort of highly skilled position, that sounds like a pain in the ass
Programming is pretty much the only thing I enjoy anymore.
>> No. 23655 [Edit]
>>23652
Funny thing about doing what you love for a living, it turns what you love into a tedious chore.

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23617 No. 23617 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Do you think drinking helps with anxiety and depression, or does it make it worse?

I think it serves a few useful purposes for when you have to interact with people.

Firstly, it calms your nerves. This makes it easier to talk and not be self-conscious.

Secondly, if you say or do something awkward/embarrassing, you can just blame it on the alcohol instead of admitting that you made a mistake.

Lastly, it's useful even if you're the only one drinking, rather than drinking with other people socially. Go to the restroom to open up your hidden flask if you're feeling too nervous.
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This area was extremely hot, but the tour moved to a cooler area afterwards.

There were also other things, like horses and a stable, but I didn't take photos of everything.

Sure, people dis Budweiser and think of it as a bad/cheap national brand. But to me, it's a local beer.

It was weird seeing all of the cars in the parking lot with license plates from different states. People really came here as a tourist destination.

Some people think beer is lame, or some activity for "normal" people, but it can really help if you have psychological issues. It's essentially a form of self-medication for many people. It might not be a permanent solution, but it at least helps people cope in the short term.
>> No. 23627 [Edit]
>>23626
>Some people think beer is lame, or some activity for "normal" people, but it can really help if you have psychological issues
I think there's a lot of depth to alcohol, in terms of production, taste and variety. It's something I've been interested in learning more about from that perspective, although I completely understand why it has that image as well.
>> No. 23628 [Edit]
I can understand other types of alcohol sure, but beer just tastes like ass, what part of it do people like?
>> No. 23629 [Edit]
>>23628
Tastes good to me. I didn't like it when I was younger, but I guess my taste buds have changed over time.

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No. 23598 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
This guy is being publicly humiliated for being mentally ill.

The media is all like: let's ignore societal problems. Let's ignore healthcare issues and mental health. Let's ignore economic issues. Let's just pretend that millennials with financial issues are all lazy.

Regardless of this guy's actual circumstances, it seems that the greater purpose of this particular report is to demonize other millennials who are in bad living situations.
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>> No. 23603 [Edit]
>>23598
honestly I think the biggest takeaway from this story is that people will eat up any non-issue the news hands to them. This does not deserve to be international news, no matter if you sympathise with the guy or not. It feels like they're trying to distract us from something.
>> No. 23604 [Edit]
He probably browses /tc/.

Well, not anymore I guess.
>> No. 23606 [Edit]
>>23604
Nah, he has a biological son.
>> No. 23607 [Edit]
>>23606
A manchild with a child of his own, now that's new.

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23447 No. 23447 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
if sleeping is the only thing you enjoy in life, would you be just as happy dead?
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>> No. 23544 [Edit]
>>23542
There's this thing call dreaming. It's very popular in some circles.
>> No. 23551 [Edit]
>>23544
Dreaming = living != dead.
>> No. 23555 [Edit]
> Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams (MILD):
> 1. Set an alarm for five hours after you go to bed.
> 2. When the alarm sounds, try to remember a dream from just before you woke up. If you can’t, just recall any dream you had recently.
> 3. Lie in a comfortable position with the lights off and repeat the phrase: ‘Next time I’m dreaming, I will remember I’m dreaming.’ Do this silently in your mind. You need to put real meaning into the words and focus on your intention to remember.
> 4. Every time you repeat the phrase at step 3, imagine yourself back in the dream you recalled at step 2, and visualise yourself remembering that you are dreaming.
> 5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until you either fall asleep or are sure that your intention to remember is set. This should be the last thing in your mind before falling asleep. If you find yourself repeatedly coming back to your intention to remember that you’re dreaming, that’s a good sign it’s firm in your mind.

I've never got this to work but there are many forums with people who swear by it.
>> No. 23556 [Edit]
>>23551
>you can only experience enjoyment from sleeping while awake
Sleeping is enjoyable while asleep as well. If you have a pleasurable or enjoyable dream, that pleasure and/or enjoyment is experienced while dreaming, not while awake. What you experience while awake is a memory.
>>23555
It's all fun and games until you get stuck in a waking up loop. Unless you have already mastered resetting and controlling circadian rhythm and managing sleep cycles, I'd stay away from trying lucid dreaming.

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22446 No. 22446 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
How do you ease the pain, Tohno-chan?
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>> No. 23511 [Edit]
Programming and learning about computer science stuff. It's hard at first, but once you can get past a certain point, and you're able to make cool things, it's really enjoyable. It's not easy though.

It helps with painful emotions because it's very complicated and requires your full attention. Helps distract you from negative thoughts.

Debugging can make you feel worse though. When your code sort of does what it should, but with one or two problems, and you can't quite figure out what's wrong. But when you are able to successfully fix an issue, it feels really good.
>> No. 23516 [Edit]
>>23511
Yeah, that's a good method. Dedicating yourself to something complicated and essentially endless. For the past 2 years I've been studying Japanese. It's very rewarding if you manage to keep at it.
>> No. 23517 [Edit]
>>23504

For most "normal" people, they just use alcohol and TV and stuff themselves with "comfort food", and that's why the "normal" American family has degenerated since the 50s or so.
>> No. 23549 [Edit]
>>23511
>>23516
I can verify that this method works. I tried it with videogames, playing music and weightlifting.

Is this the NEET equivalent of a workaholic neglecting their personal life and "escaping" from their families and other obligations by jerking around at work?

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21342 No. 21342 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Do any of you have siblings? What's it's like? For those that don't, did you ever wish you had one?
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>> No. 23496 [Edit]
I have a younger brother. We were inseparable, he used to follow me around incessantly and was very clingy until we were teens, then he gradually got his own life and we naturally grew apart. Nowadays he's some retarded pothead and I hate how he treat my parents like shit so I interact with him as little as I can. I think I hate him.
>> No. 23500 [Edit]
well it's sorta nice to know that i won't be completely and utterly alone when my parents kick it, but they're all kinda selfish assholes
>> No. 23501 [Edit]
I have 7 siblings. I am not in contact with any of them. I deliberately cut off contact with them. They are all ultra-SJW and degenerate. They probably don't miss me though. I hate them and they probably hate me too.
>> No. 23559 [Edit]
I've got three, and they're way younger than me. Oldest sibling is on my mom's side. She grew up happier than I did thanks to mom going through most of her parenting mistakes with me. The other two are on my dad's side, and I've been so distant from him that I have no idea how they're doing. At least they still live with both their parents.

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23474 No. 23474 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I don't have a waifu at the moment, but I do have a daughter. I'm waiting to have enough money so I can make a doll out of her. She has black hair and brown eyes. I brush her hair, cook food, and put on her pajamas when it's bedtime and take care of her. It makes me feel very nice and special knowing I have a sweet little girl to take care of after school that loves me. Does any one here do the same thing?
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>> No. 23491 [Edit]
this website is super creepy wtf
>> No. 23492 [Edit]
>>23491
Welcome to the internet. We have such sights to show you.
>> No. 23493 [Edit]
I did that in 12th grade too when I went Freudian psychoanalysis on myself. Kyoko from Madoka also was like that too in another way huh...
>> No. 23498 [Edit]
i dreamt once i had a cute little daughter who hugged me and said she loved me. i cried when i woke up

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23305 No. 23305 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Would you date/love a 3D girl if she met your standards? (other than not being 3D)

If so, what would she be like? What would it take in a person for you to turn from 2D girls for them?

We're all lonely and want someone to be there for us, and someone to talk to and hold at night. Sometimes though it feel like 2D isn't enough, you can't touch your waifu unless you have a daki, and even then, she doesn't move, or talk to you, and she can't hold you in her arms after a bad day and tell you it's all going to be alright. Even if you make a tulpa like /jp/ likes to talk about she still only exists in an immaterial form. You can't go shopping with her and buy her cute clothes.

I don't know man, I'm not saying 3D girls are better, but having someone who can hug back and have an actual conversation that doesn't consist of dialogue choices, loading screens and pre-generated and recorded text and speech seems nice. A warm person next to you, with a heartbeat you can feel and hear, and lips you can actually kiss...it sounds nice.
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>> No. 23422 [Edit]
>>23327
Exactly this. I don't think you could find a 3D girl with standards low enough to date me.
>> No. 23423 [Edit]
>>23422
Well, I guess for my case I'm in good enough physical shape, due to genetics and exercise, but I don't make much and I'm also quiet/weird like a lot of people.

From around mid-2011 to mid-2016 or five years I didn't have any crushes on real girls, I was that much of a weeb. Even now I'm not really attracted to most conventionally beautiful women I guess.
>> No. 23454 [Edit]
No. Realistically, no. I can't trust anyone. Even if she's perfect and loyal and everything one can dream for, I will ruin it because I'm mentally insecure.
>> No. 23455 [Edit]
>>23309
Me again. The reality of this impossibly seems to weighing heavier on me all the time as I get older. In retrospect a doll or something of that nature may suit many of my needs, but it doesn't change the fact at the end of the day I'll be alone till the day I die. Never knowing love, never knowing friendship. The thing that really gets to me though is seeing countless people out there, horrible people, nasty pieces of work, people who get great things out of life and take them for granted. Starving is bad enough without watching someone throw out their food because they're full or stupid shit.

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19645 No. 19645 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Why are you unhappy, /tc/?
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>> No. 23449 [Edit]
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23449
>>23446
Sorry to hear that anonymous. I'm in a similar situation. After scheduling time for uni courses, study, work, and sleep, I've got about 1 hour left per day to travel between home, work, and school, and eat, shower, etc. Yet my family still makes fun of me for not working hard enough, it's like they want to see me break down and fail miserably.

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>> No. 23450 [Edit]
I am unhappy because I am too smart and mature to block out the sensations of my own mortality and the futility of my existence, but I am also too dumb and immature to get my life straight and find a purpose for it.
>> No. 23453 [Edit]
I tried being happy. I finally went to Japan after many years of wanting to go, had the best time of my life, and when I come back, everything fell apart. Now I'm barely hanging on and suicide really feels like the only option I have. Why did I try to be happy?
>> No. 23497 [Edit]
The few things I love always get taken away from me.

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23029 No. 23029 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [Last 50 posts]
Why are you a hikikomori /tc/?.
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>> No. 23435 [Edit]
>>23432
They don't use the word introvert in Japan, therefore we can't either.... okay then.
>> No. 23436 [Edit]
>>23432
>Would it be fair to say that she has hikikomori type tendencies instead?
Fair? No. Her issues come from social anxiety, not rejection of society nor desire to be alone. She's 100% not a hikikomori. Just read the manga, man.
>> No. 23437 [Edit]
>>23436
>Implying a hikikomori cant have social anxiety

That's exactly the reason Satou withdrew though he thought everyone was laughing at him.
>> No. 23438 [Edit]
>>23437
Where did I write that a hikikomori can't suffer from social anxiety? It seems like you're forcing that idea on to me so you can justify picturing Tomoko as a hikikomori when she's 100% assuredly not. Someone having social anxiety doesn't make them a hikikomori. Also, I assume you're a new user, in which case I'll inform you that you can't misuse the quoting function in this board (>>/r/7), probably to avoid the kind of attitude like the one in your post. I advise you to refrain in the future unless you're hoping to get banned.

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