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  1. Lucid Gibbons

    being the "social chameleon"

    hi my issue is this, from growing up as a young child till now as a young adult at 19 i have adopted, learned, stole and adapted what i will call for the sake of communication "behaviors" to "blend in" and appear "normal". i started to feel like a social chameleon. meaning that i could change my attitude and personality and learned behavior to appear to others as what i perceive to be "one of them" not different or an aspie or an addict or weird or repulsive in any way. now here's the thing, i don't know why this is? why am i so scared to just be myself? is this because of past ridicule that has scarred me so i feel its far too dangerous to be myself? or was i born this way? I'm aware that i tend to ramble given the opportunity, if i intrigue you can we try to build up a relationship? I'm looking to surround myself with like-minded friends, I'm trying to push myself out of depression. i have an interesting life story, if you would like me to share it with you please let me know. i like to impart and receive knowledge and stories:)
  2. If you had a clone of yourself, that was identical in every way from this point on, how would you two get along, what would you do? What would you have to learn about yourself? is there something you've always wanted but couldnt that you then would? Would you feel more alone, or less than ever?
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