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I was not wanted at high school parties or social gatherings, but was tolerated because I had known most of the popular kids for most of my life.
I did have a few friends who were also "social outcasts" like me, but they were dealing with their own issues (my best friend from high school fathered a child and then committed suicide while I was in college...).
After high school, my father forced me to choose a four year college, and chose my Business major for me (I later changed it to Psychology).I am not a quick learner, completely inept at math (past adding and subtracting), terrible at memorizing, and my brain is just unable to process anything complicated (I have come to see this as something of a gift in later years). As a result of this and more, I turned into a quiet/shy child and something of a loner.My home life during grade school and high school was even worse.I jumped from naked pictures of women in magazines on the walls (I don't remember how I was able to show my parents that room when they visited), to beer lights and posters (that I scored from a local beer distributor), to the 70's room (it was the 80's) with wood contact paper and mirror tiles. There were times I even entertained thoughts of no longer wanting to live. During my Junior year, while now living in an apartment, I met a girl who was not like the other girls I knew. In turn, my girlfriend/wife had also not been as involved as she had been in earlier years.She was fun, outgoing, friendly, honest, caring, and moral. After spending our first 5 married months in our college town, while I finished my degree, we moved to the "big city" of Nashville for one year before moving to our long time home in Florida.