By Aaron Clarey
Society, by way of statistical necessity, must specialise in the bulk. It should be equipped and designed for "the average." Society, by way of ethical necessity, must also specialise in the deprived and disabled, assisting those that can't aid themselves. yet whereas the vast majority of society's assets, awareness, and infrastructure is devoted to general or below-average clever humans, little-to-none of it's paid to the abnormally clever. And whereas having a excessive IQ is an total web gain in existence, being an statistical highbrow freak isn't with no its drawbacks. Welcome to the "Curse of the excessive IQ." even if you nod off in the course of classification, continuously ram heads along with your boss, cannot comprehend why humans watch the Oscars, are an alcoholic, or are accused of getting "ADD," having a excessive IQ could be a maddening event. What you spot because the seen answer is what the "normies" will struggle opposed to teeth and nail. these D-'s you retain going in English? Your more suitable brain being held hostage by way of the dull and inferior brain of your instructor. And you want to begin a relatives? reliable good fortune discovering an intellectual-equal for a wife. And so whereas the realm obsesses with their very own difficulties or (rightly so) the issues of the deprived, not anyone is being attentive to the issues of the abnormally clever. even if, that each one adjustments now with "Curse of the excessive IQ." "Curse of the excessive IQ" is the 1st booklet in particular written for abnormally clever humans. It identifies and addresses a litany of difficulties clever humans face, in addition to analyzes them and offers recommendations. yet extra importantly it goals to deliver sanity to people who fight with irregular intelligence, in particular people who are unaware they've got it. So if you are continually at odds with society, are being affected by melancholy or ennui, cannot locate any cause or supplier in existence, or simply simple cannot locate any pals, give some thought to buying "Curse of the excessive IQ." it is certain to make your existence a bit more uncomplicated.
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Usually after the debate ended (or people left in disgust calling me a fascist), very few people would talk to me, even fewer girls go home with me, when all I wanted to do was have a drink and get laid. And this is a problem abnormally intelligent people will get to deal with. Envy. The sad truth is some people will be envious of you simply because you’re smarter. Not because you did anything wrong to them. Not because you insulted them or rubbed it in their faces. But just by the mere fact of discovery they find out that you are smarter than them or different.
Has no place to call home. Alyssa. Incredibly talented and successful musician. Can’t find any equals, spends most nights alone and down because she can’t pursue her art as she’s so reliably employed. Mark. Lives on a beach and a pension. Hotter than hell wife. So crippled by the fate of the country he can barely leave the house. Phil. IT genius millionaire. Charges $300 an hour. Does nothing but drink coffee and teach himself languages at home. Occasionally shows up at Perkins. Amy. Also an IT genius.
Something so fierce and dark he could have two girls on his arms, both likely to go home with him, and would trade it in for another drink and the opportunity to talk philosophy with you. He had life by the tail and couldn’t care less if he let it go. The simple answer to the mystery of my highly successful, yet miserable friends would have been one of coincidence or chance. So what? Three friends of mine are incredibly successful, but miserable? It happens, besides nobody’s life is perfect. And that would have been a satisfactory answer had my mind not made another observation.
The Curse of the High IQ by Aaron Clarey