1. Do things you hate. Get a job everyone around you approves of, but which you actually hate. Complain about how much you loathe doing things you knew you wouldn’t enjoy doing.

2. Avoid your problems. Seek out all those things that allow you to avoid the present moment: alcohol, drugs, sex, sleep, procrastinating, eating excessively (or not eating at all), or buying things you don’t need in order to feel better about an interior issue you’re unwilling to confront.

3. Try to change everyone around you. The world should revolve around you. Don’t let anyone convince you otherwise: if someone behaves in a way that you disapprove of, make them aware of it. You are not the problem, they are.

4. Complain. Focus on the negative aspects of everything in your life and make sure others do the same. This will make you seem smarter with those who want to hear you complain about everything you hate.

5. Live in the past. All those horrible childhood and teenage memories are your most precious gifts, the only things that are truly yours. Forget about the present: live your life as if frustration was completely unforgettable.

6. Obsess about the future. Thinking about the past will eventually tire you. Whenever you feel like relaxing a bit, think of all the things the future holds: all the tragedies, all the misunderstandings, all the things that could go wrong.

7. Keep those toxic relations. Actively surround yourself with people who share your interests: hating what they do and holding on to past grudges. Pay special attention to those who do not believe in you, those who never stop reproaching you, that want you to change who you are so that they can “love you”.

8. Do not trust anyone. Remember: the world revolves around you, so everyone actually wants to take advantage of you. However, try to be hypocritical so that no one knows how you actually feel about them.

9. Neglect yourself. The body is a disposable amusement park that can be taught not to sleep well, not exercise, eat junk food and consume plenty of alcohol instead of water. By the time you actually get sick, scientists will have discovered a way to solve your afflictions.

10. Don’t tell people you love how you really feel. Remember that people want to take advantage of you. Loving someone is dangerous. The best thing you can do is deny those violent feelings and change them into passive condescension, a distant and simple tolerance, or straightforward indifference.

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1. Do things you hate. Get a job everyone around you approves of, but which you actually hate. Complain about how much you loathe doing things you knew you wouldn’t enjoy doing.

2. Avoid your problems. Seek out all those things that allow you to avoid the present moment: alcohol, drugs, sex, sleep, procrastinating, eating excessively (or not eating at all), or buying things you don’t need in order to feel better about an interior issue you’re unwilling to confront.

3. Try to change everyone around you. The world should revolve around you. Don’t let anyone convince you otherwise: if someone behaves in a way that you disapprove of, make them aware of it. You are not the problem, they are.

4. Complain. Focus on the negative aspects of everything in your life and make sure others do the same. This will make you seem smarter with those who want to hear you complain about everything you hate.

5. Live in the past. All those horrible childhood and teenage memories are your most precious gifts, the only things that are truly yours. Forget about the present: live your life as if frustration was completely unforgettable.

6. Obsess about the future. Thinking about the past will eventually tire you. Whenever you feel like relaxing a bit, think of all the things the future holds: all the tragedies, all the misunderstandings, all the things that could go wrong.

7. Keep those toxic relations. Actively surround yourself with people who share your interests: hating what they do and holding on to past grudges. Pay special attention to those who do not believe in you, those who never stop reproaching you, that want you to change who you are so that they can “love you”.

8. Do not trust anyone. Remember: the world revolves around you, so everyone actually wants to take advantage of you. However, try to be hypocritical so that no one knows how you actually feel about them.

9. Neglect yourself. The body is a disposable amusement park that can be taught not to sleep well, not exercise, eat junk food and consume plenty of alcohol instead of water. By the time you actually get sick, scientists will have discovered a way to solve your afflictions.

10. Don’t tell people you love how you really feel. Remember that people want to take advantage of you. Loving someone is dangerous. The best thing you can do is deny those violent feelings and change them into passive condescension, a distant and simple tolerance, or straightforward indifference.

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