Comments (5)

  1. cha 04.01.2018 at 20:54

    nice article i like it

  2. Tim Hill 08.01.2018 at 19:05

    Thanks cha, that’s nice of you to say.

  3. Khan 05.02.2020 at 06:32

    Hey Tim, would just like to say that this article really resonated with me as I have always felt guilty for not “belonging” to specific categories, whether that is my music taste, what I look for in a person, sports, knowledge, etc. I am quite flexible and I am more than glad to see that this is “normal” and not necessarily a sign of mental illness . Thank you:)

  4. Timothy J Hill 05.02.2020 at 23:17

    Hi Khan, Thanks for your comment, and I’m glad that you found what I have written useful for you. I’m always pleased to hear it when someone works out that they’re just like everybody else; we often spend too much time in feeling out faults are fatal flaws that no-one else has ever had in the history of the world – Tim

  5. Kylie 19.09.2022 at 23:30

    I prefer to think of myself as “still growing” rather than introverted. Do you think it’s possible to still be growing mentally at 47 years of age? I already have a diagnosis of schizophrenia

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