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escapedfromkitchen

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Gender: female
Age: 20
Date Signed Up:1/16/2012
Last Login:12/07/2016
Location:Czech Republic
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I would like to run a kiwi farm (like the kiwi bird okay not the furit)

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#55 - Incredible 11/01/2016 on Halloween!! +3
#98 - I'm glad I'm not the only one. I had really bad trip on LSD, t…  [+] (1 reply) 10/19/2016 on Mental Illness +4
#206 - mihail (10/19/2016) [-]
It will. I believe I have found a way for myself to make it go away. I believe the method is to find a goal, shared by others, towards which you can all work together (such as research and studying). I am an undergrad physics student and am doing pretty damn well grades-wise but my social relations aren't great. Hard to figure out where I fit with others since I don't even feel like a real "self" in a sense more like a liquid identity that reshapes every time I encounter a person but loses all structure when alone, and despite that, being around others and letting them define me with their perceptions can give me a sense of self. I find it's very funny the way the "self" works. It's not about having one, it's about believing that you do. In the end of the day, any person left alone w/o any social contact will lose sense of self since there are no outside social boundaries that define his self and his range of personal freedoms. Thus I believe it's vital to surround yourself with people that you respect, care for and they respect and care for you. Then you will find the definition of yourself, not through what you think it might be but through what others perceive you as. And in the case of depersonalization disorder, a person doesn't really think he/she has a definition for him/herself, thus being in a group of the aforementioned people will help you "craft" a self and as time goes on you'd be able to "reconstruct" your identity as you polish what you now believe to be your true self. It's a very touchy subject that has a lot of interesting implications. Also, while it is thought of as a "disorder" I do believe in part it's a blessing. Depersonalization is the ultimate goal of many Eastern religions. To lose the ego and just "be". I do believe that if looked at from a different perspective it gives us the ultimate way of living in the moment. Therefore, do not look at it just from the bad side, but also try to find the good in it. It's not something many people posses.
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#77 - Hey thanks bro, great hearing that from you!  [+] (2 replies) 01/03/2016 on Sensitive topics 0
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#83 - captainwow (01/04/2016) [-]
Keep doin' what you doin', brah. It's rrl rrl good
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#84 - escapedfromkitchen (01/04/2016) [-]
aw thanks, I will try to post more, but can't promise I'll have ideas hah
#74 - Rude 01/03/2016 on Sensitive topics +1