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originally posted by: Mianeye
a reply to: onequestion
You are not alone, i actually have a diagnosis on it and take medication for it..
It's called Schizotypal..
I constantly over speculate things and try to find every angle there possibly can be of what i'm thinking of, constantly being aware of my surroundings and people i'm together with, it's a personal disorder that i need to know everything not to be wrong, it rarely works though and have some bad side effects like complete isolation, paranoia and anxiety among others.
Thats why i like to hang out in here, there are a lot of things to analyze, and it keeps my mind occupied on other things, instead of fantasy and imaginary conversation with people i meet or is going to meet, because i try to predict everything.
I actually sometimes hate commenting on these boards as i always try to be as logical and short as possible, which often creates insecurity and anxiety, and after, i over analyze my own comment only to start hating it because i didn't say what i think...Then i start thinking all over again and again.
But, i'm aware of it, so it is what it is...
Now i will go back to pondering about something pointless to see if i can find some meaning to it all
When I get tired of thinking I usually load up a few Episodes of "Nichijou", drink strawberry milk, and laugh my t*ts off.
originally posted by: ~Lucidity
Thinking is not an addiction. It's an exercise.