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Old 12-27-2008, 11:44 AM   #1
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Red face I think I found My X-Factor! :O(why I am not normal)

I realized that I am not normal. I do not act like a regular 24-year old. I act like a 5 or 6 year old. I think i know why..... When I was five, I jumped into a pool, and I went under the water for quite some time. Two men picked me up and took me to my mother, who was overwhelmed with relief. She did not know I had jumped into the pool. I think the water may have given my brain a lack of oxygen, making me grow up mentally slow. Even when I was six, my grandma told me that I started acting like I didn't have any sense. She told me I used to act normal, then all of a sudden, i started acting 'slow". Maybe the water did that. I told my family about the water scene, and they said that thaty could be a life changing trauma that could make me act like a little kid, even though i am an adult.
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Hey! You and I can get along! I NEVER was normal - I've always been different! Most women my age scream their brains out over Brad Pitt or Johnny Depp, or some Hollywood girl that lost major weight - what makes me scream my brains out is anything extremely sweet and cute (normally found on channels like Noggin, or when a certain puppet decides he wants to wiggle his ears and make that really cute sound that accompanies it - see avatar on the left).

Besides, if anyone on this forum can tell me what "normal" is, I'll buy them a pizza! :-) THERE'S NO SUCH THING!
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Old 12-27-2008, 04:45 PM   #3
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it depends on how long you were under water. it's true that severe deprivation of oxygen can result in brain damage, but everyone goes a painfully long time without air at some point in their life. when i was younger i sometimes held my breath for a long time as a form of self-injury (as opposed to cutting where there would be a visible mark from it) and i almost drowned in a hot tub as an infant, but many people, including professionals have said that i'm mature for my age.
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I wouldn't say I act my age either, but it's not from mental disability or whatever...that's just my personality and how I grew up. Like Joni said...who's normal?? Embrace who you are...advice I need to take myself, sadly.
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Well, I don't think I'm normal either cause I was slow as I have a mental disability.

Sometimes I think it's because of my mom smoking when she was pregnant with me.
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Who in the heck wants to be normal? How boring. Embrace the fact that you are different

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