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January 29, 2020 at 5:59 am

You really don’t want this. If others can’t convince you maybe I can. Growing up I was a very sensitive kid and cried at the smallest thing, maybe just someone looking at me funny, this went on for a and only one girl ever talked to me or was nice to me. Long story short, I moved away, got my heart broken and felt like shit. I didn’t have any friends, and had troubles at home. I thought about suicide often (though I don’t think I’d have actually tried anything) and I wished I could just stop feeling, and over the course of about a year, I did. I don’t cry any more, I don’t feel empathy for others. I’m not evil or something, I get angry when I hear about child abuse or murders, but I don’t feel sympathy. Just today my girlfriend was a mess in tears because her parents are divorcing. I comforted her and tired to make her feel better, but I didn’t feel any connection, in fact at times I just wished she’d stop because her sobbing was annoying. Today I realized, I don’t love her and I never really have. I care about her safety and don’t want to hurt her, but I have no connection to her and I never have. Listen from someone who doesn’t feel, what ever you’re going through, it must suck, I could relate, but you don’t want this. I constantly wonder, whats wrong with me? Am I a sociopath? I wasn’t born like this, it was the opposite. I miss the feeling of love, the feeling of sadness. Don’t try to lose it, you’ll quickly regret it.

January 29, 2020 at 6:11 am

For a human plant that was just checking the days off the calendar for his life record? Fuck that, i couldn’t wait for him to leave his body like that and go to a better place, any other than place than that. He died, i never shed a tear, i was happy for him, i knew he was a great man that deserved better than the death he got. But he still got it and those days of suffering are gone. Then my grandma came trough, also trough my moms side, same shit like grandpa, but this time she moved in with us. I was around 13 or 14 at the time. Strapped to the bed, pissing trough pipes…. But she had this terrorizing scream that i can still hear to this day. She was in obvious pain and she also lived like a human plant. I couldn’t wait for some God to just give her a merciful death. I was waiting for the days she could rest in peace.

February 20, 2020 at 8:17 am

Recently, I was reading a book on Psychology by Frank Joe Bruno. There he talks about the word EMOTION as a contraction of two words: exit and motion. The ancient Greeks believed that the smiles and the frowns associated with such states as happiness or sadness indicated that the soul was coming out of the body and revealing itself. It was making an “exit motion.” This became “e-motion” or simply “emotion.”

February 20, 2020 at 9:37 am

An emotion is, at the physiological level, a disruption in homeostatic baselines.
There are changes in heart rate, respiration rate, and blood pressure. At the psychological level, these physiological changes are experienced as either greater excitement or increased calmness. Human beings also experience these changes as either pleasant or unpleasant.

March 27, 2020 at 9:52 am

An emotion is, at the physiological level, a disruption in homeostatic baselines.
There are changes in heart rate, respiration rate, and blood pressure. At the psychological level, these physiological changes are experienced as either greater excitement or increased calmness. Human beings also experience these changes as either pleasant or unpleasant.

March 27, 2020 at 11:08 am

It is evident from the above that there are two basic psychological dimensions
to emotions: excitement-calm and pleasant-unpleasant. The pleasant-unpleasant
dimension of emotions is identified as hedonic tone. The concept of hedonism,
as presented by the philosopher Aristotle, was a motivational concept. Hedonism is the point of view that we approach stimulus situations that are pleasant and avoid situations that are unpleasant.

March 27, 2020 at 12:36 pm

The two dimensions of emotions generate four categories of emotions:

(1)excitement-pleasant,
(2) excitement-unpleasant,
(3) calm-pleasant, and
(4) calm-unpleasant.