Yes I am. Everyone else isn't
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11-06-2014 11:17 #11
11-06-2014 11:20 #12
I actually consider everyone to be normal other than those who commit horrible acts that hurt others. That's when I think something must be seriously wrong with them.
Otherwise people have differences but does not make them not normal.
11-06-2014 11:22 #13
I would like to think I am. I have some qualities that would place me in the "special" category at times. Like the other day when I split my chin open (on top of a massive blind pimple mind you, so blood everywhere) after smacking myself in the face with an iPad. Not too many people have the same abilities as I do. Which is quite possibly a good thing! Mind you, it gives DH and I a good laugh at all the ridiculous things I say and do. I'm not stupid, in fact I'm quite intelligent, just sometimes I don't think about things I say before saying them, and then I realise what I've said and DH just looks at me, shakes his head and laughs.
11-06-2014 11:31 #14
im the most normal 'me' there is. I think im normal, but the rest of the world I worry about. Marie.
11-06-2014 11:37 #15-
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Normality is in the eye of the beholder, like so many other things!
11-06-2014 11:37 #16
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11-06-2014 11:42 #17
Depends which personality your talking about ?
11-06-2014 11:46 #18
Ask me again after I've had AF :screwy:
11-06-2014 11:57 #19Senior Member
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If you'd asked me this 10 years ago I would've given you a rant about how normal is a social construct designed to keep everyone... (Something about cookie cutter personalities and a possible Stepford reference) and shaming those who dare to show individuality. I was pretty angry & cynical back then!
Now I just figure that normal is a concept & means different things to different people so I can never answer that accurately.
So probably not.
11-06-2014 12:14 #20
Yes. I think too many people think they're extraordinary or special or different these days, but if you scratch the surface and ignore a few quirks, most of us lead very very very normal lives.
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