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What does it feel like to spend a lot of time in your own head?
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tynamite
tynamite's avatar It doesn't feel like anything. I feel completely normal. I have never felt like I wasn't normal in my life. People don't think I'm weird. People say I'm a happy and cool person.

I'm a likable person, it seems.
Whenever I talk, the whole room stops talking to hear whatever I've got to say.
I'm also funny so I make people laugh all the time. Also people talk about how cool and great I am, behind my back. I never get bitched about. I manage to get along with lots of people, as people are somehow drawn to my personality. I make friends through association very fast.

It seems like you've asked the wrong question. Below is the question you should have asked.
How are people who spend time in their own head, different to other people?
That's something I can answer.
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