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    Quote Originally Posted by sLiPpY View Post
    That's exactly right. It's not possible to relate or understand them on an adult level. They're children. Actually they're brats.

    If I hurt their feelings I wouldn't worry about it. They don't have the capacity to consider others...why should they be considered?
    Gah! A light bulb just went off in my head. Thank you for that.

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    Well, they should be considered. Because your arenas of space overlap. But there's a difference between concrete consideration and internal (I really empathize and totally know how this person feels so he/she should feel the same way about me too*) consideration.

    *I mean, I get it. I totally want to know how people tick, especially when I'm in a vulnerable situation because I feel like it gives me power to file the person under A, B, and C category. But no amount of mental gymnastics will change how I *should* act in that situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colors View Post
    Well, they should be considered. Because your arenas of space overlap. But there's a difference between concrete consideration and internal (I really empathize and totally know how this person feels so he/she should feel the same way about me too*) consideration.

    *I mean, I get it. I totally want to know how people tick, especially when I'm in a vulnerable situation because I feel like it gives me power to file the person under A, B, and C category. But no amount of mental gymnastics will change how I *should* act in that situation.
    Tick? well, if you want to know what makes them tick.

    You'd have to disconnect parts of the modern human brain, and revert to the former dominance of the limbic system.

    They literally have walnuts for brains. Which doesn't affect intelligence per se. Just the ability to emotionally mature and grow in a connected way.

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