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ZombiePringle

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I don't belong anywhere. That has become obvious. I never have and never will fit in anywhere. I have no friends, nobody that I can go stuff with in my free time. So what do I do? Stay home playing videogames. Only to get insulted on there too. Is there a point? Would the world really miss me? No, probably not. Maybe there is a reason to keep going but right now I have no idea what that is.
 

Terry

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Dont you dare say you dont belong :whip:
You are an integral part of our community!
My God you even got included while on leave :laugh:

You need to get out in the world a bit more, my son has exactly the same problem you are facing, so I do understand, but the only way to get some mates to hang with is to get out there and make some :hug:

You have now been TOLD! ..... oh and you is banned :lol!:
 

lightbeam

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I am currently going through the same stuff. I have no friends, but I like the solitude. It allows me to think of myself, and get to know myself.

Ask yourself questions. Get to know yourself. I am going to get ready for going into medical coding, and it'll be hard to be around people.

Maybe go to a class, and learn something that you are interested in. There are classes for practically everything nowadays.

Oh, and Terry is banned for banning you. lol
 

Speedy

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#5
Hey Josh!

If you're not feeling good about how much you play video-games, maybe you can instead start exercising (or any other hobby that would be more beneficial than video-games) more rather than staying home playing video-games more than you want or "should" (although I don't know how much exercise you do each day). It's hard to stop playing video-games so much (I've been there), but it's definitely a reasonable goal.

P.S. You iz banned for playing video-games too much and iz banned until you stop playing so much! :hugtackles: Also, I echo Terry's sentiment that you belong here on the forums. I'm always interested to see what posts you make. :)
 

ZombiePringle

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I actually go to the gym 3-5 times per week. So I have the exercise covered. It's not the fact that I play games a lot. More the fact that I am stuck at home when I'm not working or at the gym and when being stuck here I basically have no other options but games, movies/tv or read. I have tried to get out and do stuff but I don't know anybody. I have tried making plans with people at work but they always back out. Any friends I did have are no longer my friends because well.. they were my ex's friends first Sooo... Yeah.
 

Terry

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#7
How about a class of some kind?
My uncle took up kick boxing, lost a ton of weight, is as fit as a flea and made a load of new mates into the bargain.
 

Speedy

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#9
I hope you have a pleasant time there and take care of yourself! :hugtackles: Maybe you'll make some new friends there that weren't your ex's first.. just every once in a while at least! ;) Good to hear you exercise a bunch!
 
#10
Hey Josh, first of all, yeah, as they said, you belong here in SF and that's never gonna change. And, I kinda understand how you feel. I have a few friends but sometimes, I don't know how to properly relate myself to them. I'm actually not good in making friends too and making them last if ever I find one. So, yeah, if you do ever get outdoors, then I guess it won't hurt to try and strike up a casual conversation with some stranger. Which would probably surprise you that it's not at all that bad to try to socialize. Perhaps, something I won't have the courage to do most of the time.
 

twofeet

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I always thought there would be a time when I would fit in, just like everybody else seemed to. I just dropped out of my life for about a year. Stopped seeing people, quit performing, stayed home and watched "Criminal Minds." I'm starting to pick it up again, slowly. I keep thinking people are staring at me funny or want me to disappear. But I have found a few acquaintances. Maybe that's a start.
 

Speedy

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#12
I always thought there would be a time when I would fit in, just like everybody else seemed to. I just dropped out of my life for about a year. Stopped seeing people, quit performing, stayed home and watched "Criminal Minds." I'm starting to pick it up again, slowly. I keep thinking people are staring at me funny or want me to disappear. But I have found a few acquaintances. Maybe that's a start.
That IS a start for sure! Way to go! :hugtackles:

P.S. I am a fan of "Criminal minds" too. Not as into it as I was when Mandy Patinkin was still there (he was my favorite cast member - too bad he left to do more singing instead of acting on this show), but definitely still a big fan! :)
 

peacelovingguy

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#13
I'm sure if I went to the USA we would fit into a taxi at least - a bar?

And then you never know your luck!

You only need to fit into one persons life sometimes to belong.

Its just about the connections we make - and new people always turn up.

Good luck.

We all belong.

We're accepted here - no?

So - out there in that big world - we live there also! Its just that people like us do not have a tshirt saying "messed up - fu**** up - looking for a partner to deal with issues!" We don't meet each other enough - maybe we all stay in worrying. Some do - I like my own company. I wish I lived in the middle of nowhere.

So yes - we drift around - sometimes its like everyone else is happy - connected - living the life. Or so it seems!

See you later buddy.

Regards.
 
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