Yeah... no. Perception is not reality. You can consider yourself "normal" all you want, if you are different from the majority of the group in question, you're not normal. In contrast, you can revel in your perceived abnormality all you like, if you're just like every single unique little snowflake out there, you're just a boring normal.JerrBear wrote:Besides, it's up to individuals to decide whether they view themselves as either normal or abnormal.
To quote someone who is both normal and abnormal, depending on context:
Numbers cannot decide whether they are real or imaginary. Humans cannot decide whether they are "normal" or not, they can only decide whether or not to act the part.