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Have you ever been stuck lacking emapthy?

Not as in like, zombie-faced-no-emotion-prick type of empathy, but madami of a, you generally try to feel happy for someone or about something but it just flatlines into a "meh." sort of thing? I guess it's madami so apathy.
Or you laugh knowing damn well that you had to make it come out whether it be consciously or subconsciously sometimes?

I dunno, it's hard to explain I guess. It's like the older I get the less real laughter comes around. Or oddly enough, I can get happy enough but not know how to express it, so it just comes out as a blank/default slate of "*in Kratos voice* BOI, idgaf" sort of facial expression from what I've noticed.
I think I'm some sorta stuck yall XD
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no, but i have been stuck lacking empathy xD
cosmic_fusions posted 3 months ago
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.. I was going to turn that into an inside joke, but never mind XD
pLaStIcSUNDAE posted 3 months ago
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4vonlea said:
Oh, good lord no. I'm at the completely opposite extreme. I've been wracked with crippling empathy since I was born. I am moved so easily and very sensitive, it doesn't even matter which emotions (don't get me wrong though, I am in no way a pushover wuss) It becomes so overwhelming that sometimes it's all I can do to just curl up in my shell and shut down my brain for a while. So count your blessings! I say that half-jokingly of course, having a significant lack of empathy is just as unhealthy as having an overload of empathy. So yep, you can have TOO much empathy. I become so concerned with others I sometimes forget I even exist, and while that sounds like an altruistic concept, it is not all it's cracked up to be, believe me. My mother told me a great analogy once: You see someone drowning, but if you start drowning too, there's no way you could rescue that someone.
I know It's only natural for people to constantly want to be like someone else and that in and of itself denotes empathy and while there may be admirable qualities in others that you can take a note from, and while there is always madami room for improvement with anyone regarding traits and inner conflict, don't try so hard, treasure and make the most of what you got first and foremost, don't sell out, stay true to yourself, find your groove, do what you believe in and pag-ibig doing and you'll have a better life....
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 Oh, good lord no. I'm at the completely opposite extreme. I've been wracked with crippling empathy since I was born. I am moved so easily and very sensitive, it doesn't even matter which emotions (don't get me wrong though, I am in no way a pushover wuss) It becomes so overwhelming that sometimes it's all I can do to just curl up in my shell and shut down my brain for a while. So count your blessings! I say that half-jokingly of course, having a significant lack of empathy is just as unhealthy as having an overload of empathy. So yep, you can have TOO much empathy. I become so concerned with others I sometimes forget I even exist, and while that sounds like an altruistic concept, it is not all it's cracked up to be, believe me. My mother told me a great analogy once: You see someone drowning, but if you start drowning too, there's no way you could rescue that someone. I know It's only natural for people to constantly want to be like someone else and that in and of itself denotes empathy and while there may be admirable qualities in others that you can take a note from, and while there is always madami room for improvement with anyone regarding traits and inner conflict, don't try so hard, treasure and make the most of what you got first and foremost, don't sell out, stay true to yourself, find your groove, do what you believe in and pag-ibig doing and you'll have a better life....
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What makes it even madami frustrating is that I'm usually that person who has the biggest uplifting spirit in the world. I can motivate someone else waaaay better than myself, and that's usually how it is sometimes. It's not like I'm never happy or anything, because that's usually the case XD But as of the last like, taon or so, I've felt like this. I know that I care about people, it just doesn't feel like it's actually there sometimes, and I don't like having to remind myself that it is...because what the hell right? lol
pLaStIcSUNDAE posted 3 months ago
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Oh I can relate to you like on the part you sinabi you know you care about people but you have a hard time ipinapakita type of situation.
Blaze1213IsBack posted 3 months ago
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@pLaStIcSUNDAE oh godddd, I'm so the same way, I can pep talk anyone except for myself and I find I tend to be so much harder on myself than others. The madami I think about it, the madami I realize I think I've got a self-destructive personality. And while it's probably not done on a cognitive level, at the end of the araw it just isn't fair for anyone. Absolutely no one is inferior to anyone. You seem like a good person, give yourself a break, treat yourself, look in the mirror everyday and tell yourself that you're worth it. Force yourself if you have to!
4vonlea posted 3 months ago
CokeTheUmbreon said:
In a way, I guess.
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kingcesar67 said:
I have. Yes
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Angelhugs said:
Nope.
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Blaze1213IsBack said:
Like you nagkomento on someone post, yes I do feel like I lack emotions. Like how you nagkomento that you know you do care about your mga kaibigan but you have a hard time ipinapakita it. I do tend to deal with that. I don't know am not an emotional person so I don't find a lot things sad so I feel like am an emotinless b*$^#@ sometimes lol so yeah I can relate to a lot things you said.
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Zeppie said:
Yes, I either have a lot of empathy or moments of susunod to none. It's usually the former but I've had moments where I can't make an emotional connection to something that would require one.
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