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Men choose to remain single and give up on women?

They do not want to becom... 9 7.69%
 
They do not want to change! 12 10.26%
 
They do not need a woman'... 3 2.56%
 
They do not want to conform to society! 5 4.27%
 
They have busy life and d... 9 7.69%
 
They are a man-child and never grew up! 17 14.53%
 
They are regarded as a lo... 15 12.82%
 
Modern feminism double st... 19 16.24%
 
Other! 27 23.08%
 
They choose sex workers instead! 1 0.85%
 
Total:117

Theory of mind refers to the notion that many autistic individuals do not understand that other people have their own plans, thoughts, and points of view. Furthermore, it appears that they have difficulty understanding other people's beliefs, attitudes, and emotions.
Many of the tasks used to test this theory have been given to non-autistic children as well as children with mental retardation, and the theory of mind phenomenon appears to be unique to those with autism. In addition, theory of mind appears to be independent of intelligence even though people with Asperger's syndrome exhibit this problem to a lesser degree.
Interestingly, people with autism have difficulty comprehending when others don't know something. It is quite common, especially for those with savant abilities, to become upset when asking a question of a person to which the person does not know the answer.
By not understanding that other people think differently than themselves, many autistic individuals may have problems relating socially and communicating to other people. That is, they may not be able to anticipate what others will say or do in various situations. In addition, they may have difficulty understanding that their peers or classmates even have thoughts and emotions, and may thus appear to be self-centered, eccentric, or uncaring.
Although this is an egocentric view of the world, there is nothing in the theory of mind to imply that autistic individuals feel superior to others.
The vital question which must be asked is: How does one teach individuals with autism to understand and acknowledge the thoughts and feelings of others? One of the methods used to teach autistic children and adults this concept is an intervention developed by Carol Gray called 'social stories.' These short stories describe different scenarios which allow autistic individuals to understand themselves and others better. These stories may motivate them to start asking questions about other people and at least recognize that different individuals think in unique ways.



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Dark_Lord_2008 said:
Theory of mind refers to the notion that many autistic individuals do not understand that other people have their own plans, thoughts, and points of view. Furthermore, it appears that they have difficulty understanding other people's beliefs, attitudes, and emotions.
Many of the tasks used to test this theory have been given to non-autistic children as well as children with mental retardation, and the theory of mind phenomenon appears to be unique to those with autism. In addition, theory of mind appears to be independent of intelligence even though people with Asperger's syndrome exhibit this problem to a lesser degree.
Interestingly, people with autism have difficulty comprehending when others don't know something. It is quite common, especially for those with savant abilities, to become upset when asking a question of a person to which the person does not know the answer.
By not understanding that other people think differently than themselves, many autistic individuals may have problems relating socially and communicating to other people. That is, they may not be able to anticipate what others will say or do in various situations. In addition, they may have difficulty understanding that their peers or classmates even have thoughts and emotions, and may thus appear to be self-centered, eccentric, or uncaring.
Although this is an egocentric view of the world, there is nothing in the theory of mind to imply that autistic individuals feel superior to others.
The vital question which must be asked is: How does one teach individuals with autism to understand and acknowledge the thoughts and feelings of others? One of the methods used to teach autistic children and adults this concept is an intervention developed by Carol Gray called 'social stories.' These short stories describe different scenarios which allow autistic individuals to understand themselves and others better. These stories may motivate them to start asking questions about other people and at least recognize that different individuals think in unique ways.

The fact that you are aware there are different types of people should be enough for you to adapt to them. 

I once too believed we are all equal and he same and used to get upset at people who did not understand. Then i was told there are different types of people early on in my work career and readjusted. in my head I will be like fuck get on with it, what is this dribble. On the outside i'll be nodding and saying ok, uuhm interesting. 

In the past I would cut them off and say that sounds stupid and jsut give them the answer. Now I listen, and acknowledge that I listen. Then once they stop talking, I will say ok sounds good, but WHAT IF you approached it this way, I think it may be more efficient or work to your advantage. 



 

 

Being single isn't bad at all. There are lots of reasons for being single, but honestly there are many reasons to not even bother with the dating game. Find a purpose - not just entertaining yourself to the grave - and live your best life.

That said, managing to find someone worth sticking with is revelatory, but you really have to invest a lot of yourself to make it work; if you think you can afford said investment, financially and emotionally, the personal growth is profound. I enjoy being married, but it absolutely isn't for everyone.



https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-reasons-a-man-should-stay-single-for-life

You will not have the burden of being a provider for the rest of your life;

You will not have to worry about the future of of children in a ever changing and challenging world;

You will feel less disposable and more free;

You will have far more free time;

You wont attach yourself to one person and suffer about each other idiosyncrasies;

You won’t have to give a spetacular and overspecified report of how was your day whenever you arrive tired of work at home;

You will be less prone to stupid and unfunded accusations of machism and will care less about “the power of the patriarchy”;

You will not have to pay attention to cheap talks about fashion and food and things of the like while you are concerned with bills and job problems;

You will not feel uncertainty about the future of your family;

You will not have to worry about possessions, you can live with less confort;

You can kick the bucket at any time and send your boss to hell;

You will have more time and money for beer and stupid things like sports and games;

You can just leave your place and experiment another city or job at any time;

You can be an adventurer and meet new people at new places more often;

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Dark_Lord_2008 said:
Theory of mind refers to the notion that many autistic individuals do not understand that other people have their own plans, thoughts, and points of view. Furthermore, it appears that they have difficulty understanding other people's beliefs, attitudes, and emotions.
Many of the tasks used to test this theory have been given to non-autistic children as well as children with mental retardation, and the theory of mind phenomenon appears to be unique to those with autism. In addition, theory of mind appears to be independent of intelligence even though people with Asperger's syndrome exhibit this problem to a lesser degree.
Interestingly, people with autism have difficulty comprehending when others don't know something. It is quite common, especially for those with savant abilities, to become upset when asking a question of a person to which the person does not know the answer.
By not understanding that other people think differently than themselves, many autistic individuals may have problems relating socially and communicating to other people. That is, they may not be able to anticipate what others will say or do in various situations. In addition, they may have difficulty understanding that their peers or classmates even have thoughts and emotions, and may thus appear to be self-centered, eccentric, or uncaring.
Although this is an egocentric view of the world, there is nothing in the theory of mind to imply that autistic individuals feel superior to others.
The vital question which must be asked is: How does one teach individuals with autism to understand and acknowledge the thoughts and feelings of others? One of the methods used to teach autistic children and adults this concept is an intervention developed by Carol Gray called 'social stories.' These short stories describe different scenarios which allow autistic individuals to understand themselves and others better. These stories may motivate them to start asking questions about other people and at least recognize that different individuals think in unique ways.

Dude, you just copied this entire text from some website about autism. What's the point of posting that here?



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Dark_Lord_2008 said:

https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-reasons-a-man-should-stay-single-for-life

You will not have the burden of being a provider for the rest of your life;

You will not have to worry about the future of of children in a ever changing and challenging world;

You will feel less disposable and more free;

You will have far more free time;

You wont attach yourself to one person and suffer about each other idiosyncrasies;

You won’t have to give a spetacular and overspecified report of how was your day whenever you arrive tired of work at home;

You will be less prone to stupid and unfunded accusations of machism and will care less about “the power of the patriarchy”;

You will not have to pay attention to cheap talks about fashion and food and things of the like while you are concerned with bills and job problems;

You will not feel uncertainty about the future of your family;

You will not have to worry about possessions, you can live with less confort;

You can kick the bucket at any time and send your boss to hell;

You will have more time and money for beer and stupid things like sports and games;

You can just leave your place and experiment another city or job at any time;

You can be an adventurer and meet new people at new places more often;

Was this written in the 50s?



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Dark_Lord_2008 said:

https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-reasons-a-man-should-stay-single-for-life

You will not have the burden of being a provider for the rest of your life;

You will not have to worry about the future of of children in a ever changing and challenging world;

You will feel less disposable and more free;

You will have far more free time;

You wont attach yourself to one person and suffer about each other idiosyncrasies;

You won’t have to give a spetacular and overspecified report of how was your day whenever you arrive tired of work at home;

You will be less prone to stupid and unfunded accusations of machism and will care less about “the power of the patriarchy”;

You will not have to pay attention to cheap talks about fashion and food and things of the like while you are concerned with bills and job problems;

You will not feel uncertainty about the future of your family;

You will not have to worry about possessions, you can live with less confort;

You can kick the bucket at any time and send your boss to hell;

You will have more time and money for beer and stupid things like sports and games;

You can just leave your place and experiment another city or job at any time;

You can be an adventurer and meet new people at new places more often;

Is this really your perspective of today?  No wonder you are failing to attract a modern woman.  You are decades out of touch with reality.



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Dark_Lord_2008 said:

https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-reasons-a-man-should-stay-single-for-life

You will not have the burden of being a provider for the rest of your life;

- My wife earns more than me, stop thinking all women are walmart/welfare chicks

You will not have to worry about the future of of children in a ever changing and challenging world;

- The world is so much easier to live in now than when we grew up. Stop wrapping kids in cotton wool will prepare them for the world

You will feel less disposable and more free;

You will have far more free time;

You wont attach yourself to one person and suffer about each other idiosyncrasies;

- My level of freedom and independence hasn't changed

You won’t have to give a spetacular and overspecified report of how was your day whenever you arrive tired of work at home;

- We both work so we don't talk about it. Also if we did how is this a big problem?

You will be less prone to stupid and unfunded accusations of machism and will care less about “the power of the patriarchy”;

- HUH?

You will not have to pay attention to cheap talks about fashion and food and things of the like while you are concerned with bills and job problems;

- My wife save money more than I do lol

You will not feel uncertainty about the future of your family;

- Nothing is certain in life except death and taxes

You will not have to worry about possessions, you can live with less confort;

- How is this even a worry? You buy what you need. Women do not want 10,000 couches, dining tables etc

You can kick the bucket at any time and send your boss to hell;

- HUH? Whats that got to do with women

You will have more time and money for beer and stupid things like sports and games;

- I still got money for all those things

You can just leave your place and experiment another city or job at any time;

- My wife followed me where I wanted to go. Also moving around a lot sucks anyway. If anything women prefer to move around more than men

You can be an adventurer and meet new people at new places more often;

- But you said you got no friends. You have all this time yet available to make this point come true

At the end of the day this list is so out of date. Stop looking for the lowest form of woman that is useless and find one that can stand on her two feet.



 

 

I think it's mostly men who had experienced the effects of poor choice in women and no longer trust themselves to pick a healthy partner.



In the past I had many jobs that lasted less than a month, I quit because I did not fit in or was fired for no shows.. Last 10 years since graduating from college I have just lived on welfare and applied for plenty of low end jobs that I did not get because I was over qualified or did not have a driver's license(sensory overload makes it very hard for Autistic people to obtain his/her driver's license). I keep trying to run away or hide from my problems but they keep following me. It is my bad childhood and inability to cope with Autism and mental health issues that explains my bad attitude and behavioural issues that still impact me today. From a young age, I was unable to cope with Autism and mental health issues and not fitting in, I have kept on running away. Now I am more into fitness: cycling and running, I still hope I can out run my problems so they will be behind me and I can move on to better things.

I ponder on what my life could have been if I did not have all the issues and problems that I have had to endure. Grass is greener on the other side. I regard running a marathon very similar to my life it is a continuous struggle and gets harder over time. I am at the half way mark of my life and it feels like the halfway mark of a marathon, the long struggle continues and the second half of my life just like a marathon is only going to get harder.

Last edited by Dark_Lord_2008 - on 11 December 2018