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Can you still learn how to be a normie/gain basic social skills at a certain point? I didn't have friends in school, didn't have friends in college, don't have friends now when I'm almost 30. It's getting awfully lonely. It's not like I didn't try but I'm always the odd one out.
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>>25668170
Define 'social skills.'
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>>25668170
of course you can. try joining a local club for some niche hobby you have and force yourself to interact, i had to learn how to communicate and did so through an art studio for my niche hobby. even if there's not an overt club for your hobby, find a place where you would engage in said hobby. be nice and be mindful of how you might come off to someone.
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>>25668184
Being able to make friends and maintain relationships would be a start aswell as not creep people out all the time

>>25668191
>try joining a local club for some niche hobby
Been there done that, it didn't really lead anywhere though. I've found most people don't really do this stuff to make friends
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>>25668170
>t. goose
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>>25668246
Do what stuff?



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