With a high IQ, you will certainly have the opportunity to do well in some feared tasks: to do the unimaginable and to deal with everything, including extraordinary things. A strange number of drawbacks are attached to it.
Read on and find out what really bugs super-smart people.
1. You are more likely to suffer from depression
“Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know.” – Hemingway, It is common for intelligent people to suffer from loneliness, anger and depression because of their increased thinking and different worldviews.
2. You have a habit of over-analyzing everything
Overthought! It is the hardest feature to be smart. They always analyze bigger problems in their minds that they can not solve. This is why they tend to find themselves depressed. These people have a completely different view than ordinary people. You try to escape unsatisfactory feelings by using your imagination. They believe that in this world they will find infinite peace and they will be lost in their imagination.
3. You risk appearing/being arrogant.
You’re acquainted. You’re really logical. You know what you’re saying. You can easily identify and counter fallacies in debates. Whether with your content or your oratory, you talk or win the debate. That’s fantastic! People don’t like it except. They do not like to question their beliefs, their reasoning to be invalidated and their choices to prove themselves to be wrong. Of course, you could concentrate on the content and enjoy intellectual stimulation, but you would be surprised to know how people get personal. To their ears, you are just an arrogant brat trying to prove everyone stupid. (or perhaps you are trying to prove them stupid, in case of which, you are arrogant).
4. You are automatically expected to be the best, no matter what
People expect too much from them because they are smart. Smart people are generally overwhelmed by such expectations. ” You have no one to talk about your insecurities and weaknesses. ” You are panicked at what ‘d happen if you didn’t snuff up. ” This makes you so cautious about your failure that you sometimes can not afford to take risks just because you fear that if you lose what would happen, “.
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