Novalocity

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About Novalocity

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    Quark
  • Birthday September 8

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Missouri, US
  • Interests
    Music, Poetry, Philosophy, People
  • Favorite Area of Science
    Philosophy
  • Biography
    I am an 18 year old soldier that has always thought deeply about life.
  • Occupation
    Soldier

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  1. Social Effects Of Rumination

    True but rumination is normally classified as overthinking which can have negative outcomes both internally and externally. Rumination is usually accompanied by abstract autobiography memory. Thus, the negative effect caused by concrete thinking influences problem processing and solving and may eventually cause psychological discomfort
  2. I have been reading articles about rumination and was wanting to hear whether it is possible to have positive effects from rumination. I definitely like to mull over the negative until it is all I can see, but socially I have been very successful thanks to this. Thoughts?
  3. How To Validate Your Life

    I think you misunderstand my relationship with my Father. We hate each other.
  4. How To Validate Your Life

    I've told my Father before, he just says to figure it out.
  5. How To Validate Your Life

    I have nobody to tell.
  6. How To Validate Your Life

    I have learned from the negativity, but I have also come to realize that I have learned enough from it and would like to feel some positivity in my life.
  7. How To Validate Your Life

    I constantly give to others, exercise, meditate, diet, and get 9 hours of sleep a night. The only thing I don't have is good people and gratitude. I do appreciate this post though.
  8. How To Validate Your Life

    What actual help? I have been given nothing in terms of advice. Excluding "it's your choice" So just continue waiting for happiness? 18+ years isn't enough yet? I'm not looking for total happiness, just a moment.
  9. How To Validate Your Life

    This is my decision, I'm asking for actual help not just being told its all on me. Because when I try to fix the issue it doesn't fix.
  10. How To Validate Your Life

    I drive to school so I can't use that bus metaphor, and I don't get angry I remain dull. It's one constant emotion.
  11. How To Validate Your Life

    What? I'm asking for advice. This isn't a game, this is my life and I truthfully have no idea what to do. Advice such as "It's your choice" is not helpful. I have made changes to try and affect my negativity, but still every day I wake up full of negativity.
  12. How To Validate Your Life

    This entire conversation has proven that it's not my choice.
  13. How To Validate Your Life

    No, I'm saying the emotions I feel are negative that's why I don't accept them and instead search for ways to change my daily emotions.
  14. How To Validate Your Life

    Why would I accept a negative emotion?
  15. How To Validate Your Life

    I don't know how to change how I naturally feel daily.