I am so Abnormal!

The first thing that comes to your mind when you realise you have an abnormality is what? Probably this – Why me? And if  you have more than one thing conspicuously odd about you or your life, then for sure, “Why Me?”

How and when do you even realise you aren’t normal? No child realises it as soon as he/she is born. It’s the people who make you realise that you are abnormal. Some people are polite and say that you are different. Well honestly, everybody is different from everybody else. Believe me, you are reading this thinking, ‘ya..this article is about me.’ Let me tell you 99% people who read this will think that, because really, we always believe that there is something massively wrong in our lives, and something always is 😀

Anyway I’m going to just end this now, saying that abnormalities are nothing. No one is Perfect, but everyone is Normal. What we need is a good attitude, toward ourselves and others, and empathy toward all, and joy!

P.S.

1. I don’t think different  people want either sympathy or tolerance, they just need understanding and a friendly behaviour, like any other normal person. So those who try to be sympathetic or tolerant to abnormal people, please don’t.
2. As I said earlier, we all have our own abnormalities, so judging others for theirs and forgetting yours, a really stupid thing to do. Because you never know, that other person might just remind you of yours! 😉

Psycho-philosophy of a Conversation

Talk to me for half an hour and I can tell whether you are an emotionally healthy person or not. At least amateurishly I will try with the help of this new Psycho-philosophical theory I developed today.

This means that I can tell whether you are the kind of person with trust issues, one who tries to be not too close to anyone, not even family, i.e. someone who lies to oneself about one’s own feelings; or the one with good honest relation with others and yourself, one who is true to her/his feelings.

How do I do this? Simple, there are 2 ways to say something, say it happily or with sadness.
People who make a sad face (not deliberately, but unconsciously) while telling about some bad habit, or something they did that they regretted or about any other shortcoming of theirs are the emotionally healthy ones. They are true to themselves, they don’t try often to suppress their feelings.
People who laugh/smile while talking about something negative in their lives/themselves are the one with trust issues, those who always hide their true feelings. Laughing on small sad things becomes involuntary for them, because they are used to lying to themselves. The brain now knows what to do to conceal that sad emotion on a daily basis, even in trivial matters.

In little things that we do daily and which easily go unnoticed, lies are entire truth.