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This is a discussion on Soul crushing loneliness within the INTJ Forum - The Scientists forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; There's loneliness and then there's alienation. Perhaps you're experiencing the latter. As others have mentioned you didn't say anything about ...

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    There's loneliness and then there's alienation. Perhaps you're experiencing the latter. As others have mentioned you didn't say anything about spending time with these people. I think loneliness makes you want to be around people when you are alone. Alienation makes you feel more isolated when you're around other people, so the answer isn't necessarily to spend time with people. That's something I've tried to do and it only made me feel worse. It has to be the "right" people, those you actually click with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Franciscus View Post
    People can and do dislike and even bully others for no other reason than their victims being "too different". This difference could be Asperger's, to give but one example. The "bad impression" of Asperger's is not something the person can change. Young people can be very cliquish and they can and do exclude "outsiders" for none other reasons than the outsider being "too nerdy" or "badly dressed" etc.
    I'm aware.

    The question I'm asking is: Does any of this apply to OP (which is why it was directed at him)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franciscus View Post
    People can and do dislike and even bully others for no other reason than their victims being "too different". This difference could be Asperger's, to give but one example. The "bad impression" of Asperger's is not something the person can change. Young people can be very cliquish and they can and do exclude "outsiders" for none other reasons than the outsider being "too nerdy" or "badly dressed" etc.
    You'd be surprised that even people in their 30s are still cliquish.


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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I have overcame my dependence on people. Its a blessing and no longer a burden to me.

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    I'm sorry you feel that way and that you're going through a hard time. :( I agree with KenKao's advice. You need to try to work on having a friendship or relationship with anyone who is open to being your friend. Love is an active thing, not a passive thing. And bonds aren't formed by being passive. Even small connections help to ease loneliness. Human beings are not meant to be alone, that is why we will feel loneliness. Be patient and sincere and making efforts to make friends. Give to others what you want to receive; such as conversation, caring, invitations to do things together, ect. When you keep giving, you will eventually see results. It is called you reap what you sow.
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    Well, look at the bright side, people who don't know what "soul crushing loneliness" is are only able to understand in a limited, partial manner many modern classics of Weltliteratur from the XIX C-->XX C.

    Some consider that valuable, to be able to investigate and understand a broad group of mental phenomena.


     
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