Dealing with others makes me very sad, precisely for the reason that real-time social interaction always makes me feel as if I am doing just that -- simply dealing with them. Isolation is my haven, though I would not be posting if I didn't require some degree of conversation or, at least, personal expression.
It's weird that you would post this today. I've been particularly down myself. I've tried to write it out, but it doesn't seem to be something that's affecting my ability to write as much as it's affecting me as an individual.
I don't know, I guess a number of things coaxed me into posting this but I feel like this is how I've viewed dealing with other people for a long time now.
It either makes me feel sad or...nothing in particular.
Is there something in particular that you look for in individuals that you don't find that makes you sad?
For example, do you have imaginary friends and/or conversations in your head and what qualities do they possess?
Funny you should mention it, the idea of having imaginary friends has always been attractive to me. However, I've never been able to make one up.