>>239563>Except this [… ]own experience this far it would be obvious.
Could you expand on this section? I honestly don't understand what your trying to communicate.>The opposite is simply not true
In my experience it is true, time washes away everything, and with it the feeling you once had. Normalization is probably one of the strongest components to human consciousness, and is very closely tied to things like habits and repetition. It is this ability that lets a man live as a slave being whipped, he normalizes even the worst experiences. "The more things change the more they stay the same". So too with trials and tribulations, melancholy and depression, or happiness and joy. Time and normalization will steal it all away.>In theory of course >on a deeper level the inability to make connections
Connections (and words similar in meaning) are a spook in my opinion, friendship is just two people mutually enjoying being around each other in a bond of self interest. Most of the "lonely" types don't realize that they must make an effort to entertain the other person, just as the other person does to them. There are many different situations of friendships, like pairing those who love to hear themselves talk with those who enjoy listening, but at the end of the day you dance with conversation and it takes two to play. It is actually this "deep connection" spook that makes people feel and become lonely, they continually wish for something that does not exist, and it inhibits their ability to make friends since they expect the other to just "accept" them the way they are. The reality is that you have to make concessions with your thoughts/actions, and have to lie/fake many things to maintain friendship. That is just the way it is.>>239564
I would only accept this if you were born autistic, and I don't mean the 4chan slang autistic, but literal medical diagnosis low functioning autism. Even "high functioning autists" can make friends, they are usually just too obsessed with trains or something to bother.