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Social overload?

Ever feel like you've talked to so many people for so long that you just need to shut everyone out?

I feel like it's hypocritical for me to pose this question when I don't feel like talking to people, but I feel like I've made so many shallow friendships and I can't be bothered talking to everyone I know at the moment.
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Max13 · 26-30, M
Why eat so much burger that you feel upset of your obesity now it .
[@1211871,Max13] The reason you eat the first one. It's nice. And when I don't have much else in the way of comfort, I stick to the same things. But naturally, eventually the things I enjoy will cease to be enjoyable if I do them all the time. I just don't know where to go from now. Maybe being locked down at home for so long is starting to affect me too.
Max13 · 26-30, M
[@21707,Samael] Read books , learn things , know about your country through internet , know about your system through things , know about nature through movies , eat good things which make you a good person , talk to lincoln and luther and christopher , so you become good person as well .
Magenta · F
Yes, this is what happens with too much social media. One starts to feel desensitized/jaded, to say the very least.
"Familiarity breeds contempt".
leucanthus143 · 22-25, F
usually happens with shallow friendships, because there's no meaning. real friends should challenge you and endorse your best interests, even if it means severing ties with them.

 
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