>>3981>Did you miss the part where I said I hadn't left the house for over a decade? Yes, I'm faking it.
Did I say that you're faking your social anxiety? No I didn't. Unless a doctor has diagnosed you with something, I'm not going to believe that you have a serious condition. Far too many people like to put labels on them self like, "severe social anxiety", and act like that's the same thing as something that is both debilitating and unable to be remedied. >I told you that I was willing to get an IRL job and that I currently more or less run all of my grandparents' errands despite over a decade of leaving the house only to take out the trash. How is that not stepping outside my comfort zone?
Small potatoes. You not willing to get a cashier job is what I was referring to. >You're obviously not a hikki, so you're in no position to say what this board is or isn't for.
It's very understanding of you to be presumptions about other people. I haven't assumed anything about you, yet to assume that i'm obviously a,"normie". >This is seriously on the level with inspirational instagram bullshit. WHY THE FUCK ARE YOU HERE?! You obviously have no understanding or sympathy for hikkis/NEETs, so why don't you go back to any of the countless other places on the internet populated by and made for people like yourself?
Understanding can only go so far. It's not up to you to say what type of advice people can and can't give you. >Have you?
Programs don't exist for people who don't have diagnosed issues. The US doesn't have a big enough shut-in problem for that. A lot of services are region or city specific too. I don't know where you live, so I don't know where to look. There's the OVR in Pennsylvania, maybe there's something like that where you live? You also might also be able to get away with faking alcoholism or something like that.