I am sincerely happy and say thank you, the interlocutor is confused. For a long time I tried to be "like everyone else" and realizing that I didn't need it at all, life became much easier. these oddities make me myself, and the interlocutor once again reminds me of this.
I will never forget how an English teacher called me strange and, having decided that I would be offended or would make excuses, was shocked by my reaction. she was a very conservative woman who did not allow herself to loose her hair and was in any way different from everyone else, and I was a student with blue hair and short hair.
Yes, no, because I think that all people are strange. And, probably, I will begin to feel contempt for the interlocutor if he adjusts everyone to some norms. In general, as for me, the strangest people are ordinary people who live by these very "standards", which, by the way, are completely different everywhere. But if you take our mentality, then isn't a normal person a gray cell of society?
Very subjective, of course.
If the interlocutor himself seems strange to me from a common point of view, I will not listen to his opinion about me.
And, of course, advice is needed accept and postpone always, just start taking care of yourself and soon analyze everything yourself.
Strangeness usually does not manifest itself in running naked in Red Square, so you will need to communicate and interact more with people, study human culture, if your roof is going completely.
Otherwise, just try to be more vigilant.