Is it normal for me to be this different form everyone else ?

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Last Updated: 04/22/2019 at 11:10pm
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Anonymous
February 12th, 2019 11:09pm
Everyone is really different from everyone else. Our diversity is what allows us to solve problems and adapt to new situations. And at the same time, no one is that different from anyone at all. We’re all human - we all are made of cells. Our brains tend to work in similar patterns. We all (unless this being read in some strange future) inhabit the same planet. We are all jut living, no matter what that means for each individual. So try not to worry about whether you’re the same or different to the general population. Just live, whatever that means for you.
SirNobilis
April 22nd, 2019 11:10pm
The truth about differences in people/individuals is we all have something different to offer and all offer our own unique take on life, personality, beliefs, morals, opinions etc. No two people are alike. Saying that, social norms which are an accumulation of what a bunch of people deem "normal" is actually a fallacy. You being different is normal and many have felt the exact same way you do. Maybe your version of different is what this world needs. Maybe it is you who is normal and others are different? truth is we are all normal and all different and we are all perfect in our own way.