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    (Original post by Glassapple)
    As many people don't like my posts, what do you actually think about me?
    boring
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    I think you know what I think already!
    I don't dislike you. I feel for you. But that's the mum in me
    I think your attention seeking and associated behaviour is because you are crying out for proper attention
    You have not been nurtured , properly cared for and loved
    You are on a dangerous path
    You need better help than you get now.
    Whoever you are paying is doing you a disservice.
    I suspect that they're happy to take your money
    Whilst I believe the majority of what you say I think you exaggerate it for effect
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    (Original post by usualsuspects)
    :hugs:.

    Yes, but his analyst doesn't seem to think it's a natural temporary issue and has diagnosed him with narcissism if I recall correctly. Money and liberal, absent parenting most have played a role. He enjoys sex I suppose!
    Yes I've been diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder. My parents don't care what I do and I enjoy sex. I don't want this to be a 'temporary issue', I can't imagine it being different, I wouldn't cope.

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    boring
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    (Original post by Glassapple)
    When you have everything it's hard to have actual passion for anything. When you don't have to earn anything, have nothing to work towards and get anything and everything you want whenever you want it, true passion doesn't arise. I enjoy reading satirical literature, collecting and playing Pokemon cards, sex, shopping, maths, physics and a few other things.

    It's hard when you walk into a shop that sells something you like and you can buy it all (in my case Pokemon cards), to value any chase because the chase isn't there. Regularly I buy masses of Pokemon card packs and boxes from shops and sit in Starbucks drinking coffee opening them, putting valuable/cool/useful ones into my folders. I enjoy doing that; maybe I am passionate about it, but it's too easy, like everything else is for me.
    stop buying things then lol
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    (Original post by ChickenMadness)
    stop buying things then lol
    Why wouldn't I buy something I want when it's available and I have the resources to do so? Why should I deny myself the enjoyment I get from buying things? We all emjoy things.
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    (Original post by Glassapple)
    Why wouldn't I buy something I want when it's available and I have the resources to do so? Why should I deny myself the enjoyment I get from buying things? We all emjoy things.
    because you're complaining about it
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    (Original post by Glassapple)
    When you have everything it's hard to have actual passion for anything.
    you have everything apart from happiness.
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    (Original post by Glassapple)
    Why wouldn't I buy something I want when it's available and I have the resources to do so? Why should I deny myself the enjoyment I get from buying things? We all emjoy things.
    It's like drugs. Once in a while is fun. 24/7 isn't fun. At that point you're addicted and depressed.
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    (Original post by Glassapple)
    That's all fine with me, I enjoy the envy and negativity.



    I do have fun stirring things and making myself feel superior to others.
    I think the whole "I had sex with this guy" plot is getting kinda boring.

    If you're gonna make up stories, add a bit more variety you know?
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    (Original post by ChickenMadness)
    because you're complaining about it
    If I stopped buying things I'd be complaining about that instead. It's clear I have a few issues around things like this and there doesn't seem to be an answer.

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    you have everything apart from happiness.
    Well done, have a cookie.
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    I think you can be quite rude which is incentive enough to normally ignore your posts...
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    (Original post by Drez999)
    I think you can be quite rude which is incentive enough to normally ignore your posts...
    A constructive answer. I should have it framed.
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    (Original post by EternalLight)
    Glassapple Yes you're 16 and you have lots of sex we know you keep saying.

    Honestly you just seem like a complete fake, an attention seeker.

    P.S hezzlington your VM wall is still closed. If you want the honour of receiving a personal visitor message from me then you should enable your VM's
    Whutt? I've opened it!

    (Original post by Glassapple)
    Well done, have a cookie.
    Thanks. Have some happiness.
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    (Original post by Glassapple)
    When you have everything it's hard to have actual passion for anything. When you don't have to earn anything, have nothing to work towards and get anything and everything you want whenever you want it, true passion doesn't arise. I enjoy reading satirical literature, collecting and playing Pokemon cards, sex, shopping, maths, physics and a few other things.

    It's hard when you walk into a shop that sells something you like and you can buy it all (in my case Pokemon cards), to value any chase because the chase isn't there. Regularly I buy masses of Pokemon card packs and boxes from shops and sit in Starbucks drinking coffee opening them, putting valuable/cool/useful ones into my folders. I enjoy doing that; maybe I am passionate about it, but it's too easy, like everything else is for me.
    lmao

    So...what can money NOT buy you?

    1. Right now, you're spending your time on a forum, likely due to a lack of an actual close relationship...(a bit ironic but hey I only came here for exams lmao)

    I mean I could suggest you try making friends but it's not exactly something you are incapable of doing, it's something you don't seem to care to do.

    2. I would heavily suggest you try and fulfill others. You have everything, that's fine, but alot of people don't. Some people have nothing. I'm not asking you to become a massive cringey ass charity donator or something ridiculous. But very, very often, a person can find purpose in themselves by finding purpose in others.

    Your problem seems to be "me me me" which ofc to an extent is perfectly natural. It's just that you've finished the rat race before you even started and well, you're standing at the finishing line completely unfulfilled. After all, you didn't do the race yourself...

    When was the last time you ever did something purely unselfish (at your own inconvenience) for someone else?
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    I touch myself whilst thinking of you bro

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    (Original post by Glassapple)
    If I stopped buying things I'd be complaining about that instead. It's clear I have a few issues around things like this and there doesn't seem to be an answer.



    Well done, have a cookie.
    Work on self control and being more humble. Then you'l be happier.

    I think the answers are obvious, you just don't want to try anything since complaining is easier. Earn your happiness and improve yourself. That's something you can finally work towards and be passionate about.
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    (Original post by Manuster)
    lmao

    So...what can money NOT buy you?

    1. Right now, you're spending your time on a forum, likely due to a lack of an actual close relationship...(a bit ironic but hey I only came here for exams lmao)

    I mean I could suggest you try making friends but it's not exactly something you are incapable of doing, it's something you don't seem to care to do.

    2. I would heavily suggest you try and fulfill others. You have everything, that's fine, but alot of people don't. Some people have nothing. I'm not asking you to become a massive cringey ass charity donator or something ridiculous. But very, very often, a person can find purpose in themselves by finding purpose in others.

    Your problem seems to be "me me me" which ofc to an extent is perfectly natural. It's just that you;ve finished the rat race before you even started.

    When was the last time you ever did something purely unselfish (at your own inconvenience) for someone else?
    I joined this forum to try and talk to people I wouldn't usually bother to socialise with; although I'm rude to a lot of them I have achieved that. I honestly can't recall the last time I did something unselfish at my own inconvenience; having everything means I don't have to purposely inconvenience myself (if a business or individual inconveniences me then they know about it quickly).

    I don't enjoy the thought of helping someone else when I'd get nothing out of it, it seems like it would be a waste of my time when I could be doing something I enjoy, or nothing at all. Maybe it's because I don't think I'd enjoy any of the activities or scenarios where this would become something I'd willingly do.

    (Original post by ChickenMadness)
    Work on self control and being more humble. Then you'l be happier. I think the answers are obvious, you just don't want to try anything since complaining is easier. Earn your happiness and improve yourself. That's something you can finally work towards and be passionate about.
    I see your point but being humble is not me. I enjoy walking around knowing I can and will buy whatever I want, whenever I want and showing it off to people, whether that be wearing something, buying something in front of them, or any other scenario. I have self-control in aspects of my life like diet, exercise and cleanliness. I feel I've earned happiness from not having a normal family life, nobody was (or ever is) there for me when I had tears streaming down my face. The money was there, not human connection.
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    You kinda remind me of Lord Byron...
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    (Original post by Glassapple)
    I joined this forum to try and talk to people I wouldn't usually bother to socialise with; although I'm rude to a lot of them I have achieved that. I honestly can't recall the last time I did something unselfish at my own inconvenience; having everything means I don't have to purposely inconvenience myself (if a business or individual inconveniences me then they know about it quickly).

    I don't enjoy the thought of helping someone else when I'd get nothing out of it, it seems like it would be a waste of my time when I could be doing something I enjoy, or nothing at all. Maybe it's because I don't think I'd enjoy any of the activities or scenarios where this would become something I'd willingly do.



    I see your point but being humble is not me. I enjoy walking around knowing I can and will buy whatever I want, whenever I want and showing it off to people, whether that be wearing something, buying something in front of them, or any other scenario. I have self-control in aspects of my life like diet, exercise and cleanliness. I feel I've earned happiness from not having a normal family life, nobody was (or ever is) there for me when I had tears streaming down my face. The money was there, not human connection.

    Nope. Nope nope nope nope nope.

    Try it. Of courseee the idea of helping others is terrible. So is the idea of cleaning oneself, cooking, exercising and dieting. Yet these are all things that are done...why? Because the end result is worth it.

    Exercise works, there is not a single person who will not gain from exercise.

    But...people are fat.

    They ignore/make excuses/ don't make time for/ just downright refuse to exercise.

    This is you. Emotionally, you need to do some much needed 'exercise'. Yet here you are, avoiding it.

    Do something. Something substantial. Something that (if you were the person) you would feel grateful for receiving it.
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    One of the strangest guys on here.

    Unfortunately I don't think you're trolling.
 
 
 
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