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 No.7055[Reply]

This is only a brief guide about what I gathered. To deeper knowledge of why I am saying this all, you'll to research on your own. This practices are designed to outcast most defficiencies known by mankind away, exceptuating only those given by genome. Whatever it be, only experience would give you a true appreciation about it:
>leave all diaries, inmediately
>leave grains: no wheat, corn or rice at all
>eat your foods within a reduced schedule, rather than through all the day long
>avoid starchy foods and red meats
>if not vegetarian, eat meats briefly: like once a week or two weeks
>the softest meats are white fish
>do you like nuts? disregard walnuts at least
>learn your ayurveda body type (dosha) and how to regulate it

If you want quick results, these are the shock therapies:
>fasting regularly (the body must slowly develop its ability to detox or adversities a.k.a "detox crisis" are to be faced. The same on mucusless diet.)
>colon enema
>HIIT exercise
>do not use domestic cooling/heating unless your body strictly requires so, due to some sickness or whatever else
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 No.7062

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>>7055
>leave all diaries, inmediately
You mean dairy? If you're lactose intolerant sure, but some people have an adapted gene to eat that stuff that developed over thousands of years.
>leave grains: no wheat, corn or rice at all
Pseudoscience, most cultures have developed alongside the domestication of these plants and our bodies are genetically disposed to them for the past 10,000 years.
>eat your foods within a reduced schedule, rather than through all the day long
Snacking all day can be bad but it depends what you eat and is tied into circadian rythem more than anything. There's no "right" or "wrong" eating schedule. If a person sleeps well there's nothing to worry about and it's very individual.
>avoid starchy foods and red meats
Why? Like all the other food recommendations, why? Both starchy foods and red meat we've eaten for thousands upon thousands of years. Ever hear of tuber foraging or hunting and gathering?
>if not vegetarian, eat meats briefly: like once a week or two weeks.
Meat is only bad if a person eats meat for every meal and their diet is unbalanced. Meat everyday is fine. It's like anything else if you don't eat anything but one thing.
>the softest meats are white fish
And Slavs eat bone soup.
>do you like nuts? disregard walnuts at least
Do you like plants that have been foraged for millennia upon millennia? Disregard some arbitrary ones because I say so.
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 No.254[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

How old are you?

ADMIN NOTE: This discussion is OK again since the change to Rule #1.
ADMIN NOTE: Fuck sake don't post that you're under 18 in here, rules are different than the Discord.
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 No.6864

20. I've lurked since the days of Dream vs Dream. Mindblowing to see others that are around my age in such numbers.

 No.6875

23, I first came here when some other imageboards were dying around 4 years ago.
>>6864
I’m surprised to see so many younger anons too. For some reason I thought this board skewed in the late 20s early 30s more.

 No.6876

18.

 No.6877

>>6853
Yes! And I'm here to take over the world for the elves! Mwahahahahahahaha!

Just kidding!

Or am I…?

 No.7036

im 34

I was a neet in my early 20s, got a job tanks to my parents, worked for a few years, lost my job over a year ago and just been sitting here

I feel like being a neet in your 20s was better / easier than it is now. I am going back to work since my money dried up but its so isolating as well.



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 No.3788[Reply]

>Been a hikikomori for 11 years
>Been trying to recover for about 2 years now
>Failing
>I feel like i want to die

I fucking hate my life can anyone relate??.
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 No.6568

Have you tried just accepting life as a hikikomori? it ust suck to be a hikki who wants to be a normalfag.
>>3807
Hey neety better try now or it will get worse unless you actualy enjoy having nothing and being a loser.

 No.6615

Are you still here, OP? Did you get a job?

 No.6986

Same, was a NEET for 12 years
I gave up on life, nobody came to help me.
Fuck them, you know.

 No.7025

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Does anybody else feel like they are losing an important part of themselves whenever a family member sees you outside of your room? Its a grotesque feeling and I have to physically stop in my own tracks and actually take in that I was seen.

I desperately wish to move far away from it all uboanons. I'd like to make friends but I'm beginning to truly believe I exude a negative wave that people are perceptive to even if I don't say anything at all and I am defeating myself before I even had a chance.

 No.7032

>>7025
You pretty much answered yourself.



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 No.6994[Reply]

I'm in Asialand, and I still act as a hikkimori.

It's different, on tinder/bumble I'm popular and I have girls stay over, but I don't really feel like going out besides cycling or running.

Parties are exhausting, but it's nice, I have a group of friends here that try. Mostly from dating apps.

I always feel like I lacked the ability to make male friends easily, I did all the time back "home" which is USA, vs females.

So I don't know. I wouldn't say I'm a NEET, but the past few months I resigned work contracts, starting again in Jan. Typical IT/SDE.

So, have a picture. I'll post my travels and my thoughts time to time.

 No.7000

Asialand?



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 No.6879[Reply]

If your NEET lifestyle causes you to be active mostly indoors and/or at night, take vitamin D supplements if possible. Vitamin-deficiency-induced brain fog is no joke.
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 No.6882

Yeah, same. Made no difference.

 No.6915

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Whenever I take it I just get a headache or end up feeling MORE tired…

 No.6923

>>6915
>>6882
>>6881
Not OP, but it made no difference for me too because I was taking vitamin D pills that did almost nothing. The doctor prescribed me little bottles that had high vit D and I had to take it once a week and I felt a bit better. Idk if you already tried it, but if pills don't help, you should try with something more strong (like 10k IU) but you should be aware that if you don't do any tests, you could take too much and have vit D toxicity.

 No.6924

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There are some other very common deficiencies that a lot of people have, moreso if you don't eat very well. A deficiency in any of these will contribute to brain fog and depression.

* Magnesium - Take Chelated Magnesium, it doesn't give you the shits like Magnesium Citrate and it absorbs better.
* Vitamin B - Take a Vitamin B Complex pill.
* Choline - You can get this from a Choline pill or from a Lecithin pill.
* Vitamin D - Already discussed.
* Fish Oil - This is another important one. High EPA/DHA oil is best but regular Fish Oil pills help and are cheaper. Keep them refrigerated.

 No.6979

works on my machine although the change from off to on isn't a total cure turnaround



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 No.6933[Reply]

tell me how your neet day was
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 No.6944

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went outside for a relatively long walk. i don't necessarily feel any different, but the cold wind and rain was an experience.

 No.6945

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>>6942
Thank you.
I remembered the forest road with the vending machine the most, everything else felt pretty fresh to me after all this time. The thing that stood out to me was all the Mesoamerican influences in the art style, which completely went over my head the first time I played it.

I've only baked pies and buns before, but perhaps I'll bake cookies with your recipe some day. May good things come your way so you can relish in those moments with your delicious cookies.

>>6944
I also went for a walk because the sun was shining brilliantly here today with a clear blue sky. It was around near freezing temperature, but the sun made it feel warmer and put a smile on my face.

 No.6946

>>6944
walking out in the rain is the best

 No.6953

>>6945
i should go out on a sunny day sometime, it would probably do my health some good. i'm glad your walk made you smile.

>>6946
yeah, it's my preference to go out when it's raining. the sounds are relaxing, i like the damp air, and it tends to be quieter too.

 No.6963




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 No.6878[Reply]

I wonder if I'm neet because I was hopelessly depressed and antisocial or I'm hopelessly depressed and antisocial because I always acted like a neet, even as a student.
either way I can't really talk to people anymore, I just have meltdown after meltdown when trying to do so

 No.6883

I feel like some people are just born fucked.

 No.6884

I read somewhere that neuroticism (emotional instability) is genetically predetermined. May explain why some people are more prone to reclusion than others. They were just born weaker.

 No.6885

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>>6884
Modern epigenetics is currently trying to form a working theory around the interplay between how environment affects a person's genetics and then in turn how those genetics affect offspring. The hypothesis posits that environmental conditions which cause a mental state in a person can leave a genetic remnant on that persons genes which are then passed down to their offspring.
Meaning. If a person goes to war, comes back with PTSD, and then has children after having developed PTSD. Their children will in turn have a higher genetic probability of developing PTSD too.
The inverse is also true according to this concept. Namely, that a person who's father has PTSD, and then either fails to develope PTSD themselves, or developes PTSD but then works through it and mostly heals before having children will pass on a more positive genetic probability of developing PTSD to their children. Once you get a few generations down if each family member in a family tree overcomes the condition before having children their children will have virtually no chance of developing the condition barring another extenuating non-genetic environmental cause like a war.
All this means is that when we see people who come from horrible families they are not only environmentally disposed to bad mental health but also genetically disposed to bad mental health and often even intergenerationally disposed. There's a lot working against some people, and sometimes it requires grand environmental interventions to help them, and do to how fucked our cultures are in general this century that is increasingly rare.
The only hope, is that if you do make it out, you are actively removing bad traits from the gene pool. Genes are likely not static even within a person's lifetime despite previous scientific assumptions from the last century. They may be malleable things that change as we change.
Please no one take this as an argument for eugenics, it's not at all. Quite the opposite, empathy may help eliminate genes that are generationally traumatizing humanity. Moreover, people are not static predetermined things. People have a measure of agency to combat predisposed genetic probability and environmental influence too can make a worlds different. It's not some simplistic nature vs nurture, but rather an interplay of all causal interactions that make up a human being whether genetic, Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.6888

>>6885
is this how they're planning to make the various heredity-vs-psychometrics infohazards compatible with or complementary toward Personal Responsibility as a concept? because it looks fine on paper but eventually you're going to have to explain why doing chin-ups doesn't make you taller

 No.6889

>>6885
>not some simplistic nature vs nurture, but rather an interplay of all causal interactions that make up a human being whether genetic, environmental, otherwise
In other words, nature vs nurture as described by someone who doesn't understand it
>empathy may help eliminate genes that are generationally traumatizing humanity
2broscience4me



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 No.6659[Reply]

this week i had
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 No.6872

>>6871
Except it's worse than that, because they want the definition of "cult" expanded to the point that there doesn't even need to be any coherent doctrine, any leadership (weaksauce Discord frameups from the '10s aside). In other words, the proper domain of that which polices against cults, its beat, is the totality of human social interaction.

 No.6873

>>6871
You actually gave that much of your time and effort to respond to a lazy shitpost.

 No.6874

>>6873
I did. It was worth saying.

 No.7268

>>6749
>>6752
>>6815
>>6821
>>6824
>>6827
Dogshit posts. Back to Reddit.

 No.7269

>>7268
Funny you mention Reddit when its one of the most troon-infested sites on the entire internet to the point that there's a non-trivial chance your account will be nuked entirely should you say something wrong.

Don't expect people to ignore and enable mental illness or to go along with its fantasies.



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 No.6263[Reply]

how do u make friends while a hikki? im not a hikki by choice, its by force since my illness' make it hard to go outside and im really lonely these days - 🥩
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 No.6319

real hikkis dont use discord, they live in solitude, sleeping in mountains made up of filthy pizza boxes and anime dvds

 No.6844

if we assume for argument's sake that you're talking about IRL, I don't think you can
I've thought to myself about when my parents will inevitably ask "when are you going to get a gf", but I have no outside places, nor a workplace in which I could find one, and I think it is the same with regular friends as well
in that regard, finding someone who you can attempt to become friends with is hard enough, actually finding someone who you want to be friends with is even harder, not to mention that both you and this person will stay in regular contact
as a tangent, not long ago (March this year or something), my 'parole officer' and my mum tried to set me up to be friends with someone, and they thought we would be good friends, because, to quote her directly, "you're both gamers", and while he was not thoroughly unpleasant, I had no interest in speaking to him (also I found out several months later he was a nonce)
guess that's just me forcing an excuse to blogpost, point is, finding friends is hard, but at least as /hikki/posters we have a tenuous connection, which is something, and maybe it's better that way, finding friends is a lot of hard work for what in most cases does not produce satisfactory results
but I'll be your friend if you want

 No.6855

Rule number one: never ever use discord. You will only find two kinds of people there: meme spouting underage retards or some really fucked up mentally ill freaks (trannies, schizos etc).
Personally I've made a few friends on penpal websites, but you gotta be comfortable with using your real pic for that.

 No.6856

>>6855
>meme spouting underage retards or some really fucked up mentally ill freaks

Man, I don't know what alternative reality imageboards you come from, but sign me up. You've just described most of this sphere's userbase

 No.6857

"A channer-to-Facebook-normie pipeline? How would you even do that?"



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 No.6663[Reply]

How does anyone in this situation find it in them to seek help for mental health problems? I'm one of those long-term NEETs who can go outside very occasionally (think once every few weeks), mostly to stock up on bare necessities I need for the long-haul in isolation, but it exhausts me to no end.

To add to this, my already fragile mental health (generalised anxiety/clinical depressive disorders) has been deteriorating even more this past year than before, and now I can't even take care of those basic needs reliably anymore. I know the solution is to go back to my doctor or even see if my old therapist would see me again, but how does one find not only the courage, but the desire to seek out such serious and draining help when you can't even shower most days or hardly want to get out of bed? I used to imagine that I could go back anytime, because if I timed it to one of those days I had to go out anyway, it would be easier. But I've started relying on others like a fucking leech to bring back all the stuff I need for me sometimes. I'm probably moving one step closer to full unbroken isolation, and it sucks.

On any days where I feel "better" I prefer to ride the wave of that small high, and then I'm right back down where I started. I know that most of us losers here are stuck in similar cycles of inaction, because all we need to do is "just go to therapy and get a job lol", but it feels like I'm not going to break out of it, because I've been stuck in it so long that I don't even know what it means to "break out of it" now.

What do, /hikki/?
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 No.6665

Hey OP, maybe you could try to stock up on less things in a lesser amount of time. For example instead of buying 5 weeks worth of food every 5 weeks you could buy 2 weeks worth of food every 2 weeks. I did this and eventually I got down to a day worth of food every day. You can go out during the night, or in the rain when no one is around. That's what I did. I still don't have a job but I'm way more confident in myself now

 No.6667

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>>6664
Infuriatingly, I know you're right.

>>6665
Good on you, anon. I'll probably try to start with something similar, and see if I can ease myself into going out more often despite myself. Thanks.

 No.6685

>But I've started relying on others like a fucking leech to bring back all the stuff I need for me sometimes
If it makes you feel any better, this is usually the norm for NEETs.

 No.6686

>>6685
I used to have a deranged kind of "pride" from taking care of myself in some small way, so it stings a bit to end up getting worse like this.

 No.6839

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>>6665
I used to do this until the grocery stores stopped being open 24/7. I sorely miss going to the store at 3am to get sushi. I live in Appalachia, on a clear night careening over the hilltops in my mom's car with the windows open I'd play 2000s nightcore and take in the wind. Oh well…



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