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14342 No. 14342 [Edit]
Does anybody else have Aboulomania or something similar? I'm talking about extreme indecisiveness. For me, it's something as simple as deciding on what to do on the internet. It's overwhelming to think about how many different imageboards and textboards there are worldwide and how I could be on any one of them at any given moment.

Or maybe I should watch a show instead? Or play a video game? I can't do that either, because look at how many things I can choose from.

This applies to everything. At this point, I'm paralyzed, doing the same things I have been doing for years. Refreshing the same boards, listening to the same music, talking to the same people, and so on. I've suffered from this all my life, but it really became strong when I made the decision to barricade myself in my room.

I want a way out. I want to be able to enjoy anything I do and not to feel the burden of infinite missed possibilities.
>> No. 14343 [Edit]
Same here. I find starting new things to be incredibly hard. What makes it that much worse is that I usually enjoy all the new activities after I start them. But no, it's better to do nothing and F5 all day long. Sigh. I'm doing my best to get over it lately and actually force myself to watch anime/play games but it's still very hard and the results are rather miserable so far.
>> No. 14344 [Edit]
I have the same thing happen to me, OP. I have no idea what to do about it, but it's pretty unpleasant.
>> No. 14484 [Edit]
I was like that back when I was so depressed that I couldn't even get out of bed except to go to the bathroom. It only went away when I was forced to get help for my depression.

Good luck. I know it's no fun.
>> No. 14549 [Edit]
Just do something else.
>> No. 14608 [Edit]
I know exactly what you mean. I've spent whole weeks trapped in the endless cycle of refreshing websites without doing anything else, and it's difficult to explain why. I'm "watching" and enjoying about ten shows this season, but I'm a few weeks behind on almost all of them. Likewise, I'm playing three fun games that consume the whole day when I start them, but actually starting them is a rarity.

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