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Is this revelation something that bothers you or that you are happy about? It's hard to tell tone, as I know that is pretty much something I would write, in a positive
way. I know for certain that If I disappeared there it could be 10 months before anyone noticed (My family would find it odd I didn't check in for my Niece/nephew bday)
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For me this is a good thing. However, I am also aware that some people would be deeply troubled by this. Which one are you?
That sucks. What about your friends?
Outside of online life, I do not have friends. But even my family hasn't done anything. That's kind of surprising to me.
If you want this to change. I'd say a one thing you could try is establishing regular contact with your family so that if that regular contact doesn't come in they wonder
why not. Like, people tend to get concerned they haven't heard from someone dependent on how consistently/regularly they do hear from them. For instance, I often don't
contact people or disappear for weeks or months at a time, but never miss niece/nephews birthday. My friends and family are used to that pattern, so if I never showed up
or even contacted them they would be concerned. It isn't that they don't care it is just what seems normal to them. Likewise, if you normally contact rarely and do your
own thing then it isn't that they don't care but that they maybe don't find it to be that out of the ordinary. On the other hand, say every Sunday you call or message a
family member, just to see how their week was and if they have any plans etc, even if it is like a message or a 2 min call. they will get used to it. If you were then to
miss two Sundays in a row, they would prob be concerned and contact. One missed prob wouldn't be too big a concern.
Do you have any work colleagues you might like to hang out with after work and create a friendship?
i like being alone. People can ignore me now, and then once im done with school making 600k a year theyll try to suck me off. luckily, i dont need them.
It takes a lot of courage to get out of one's comfort zone. I got into my 30s not having a girlfriend and having only a few friends in life.
Then I got into some trouble.. and it prompted me to change my lifestyle. It was hard in the beginning, stepping out into the world...
But I started to slowly get used to it.. I started organising meetup groups and through that I fuond self-worth and confidence that I didn't think I'd ever have before.
That's also where I met my wife... she's honest and kind-hearted.. I couldn't have asked for a better one. I thought I'd share that with you. Maybe it's of some help.
Congrats! First 100 Club!
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That's a great completion, 100 club!
Love this game. It's on equal footing with the first Bioshock.
I love the entire Bioshock Series, though the first one still holds the title in my eyes. Infinite is also great and unlike many I really love Bioshock 2 (even the MP)
This one was my least favorite (which isn't to say that I didn't like it) because it deviated so much from the prior 2 games. I do get why Irrational Games decided
to go the route they did with the game but in the end, it just didn't feel like "Bioshock".
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