Would you say that someone experiencing psychosis does not resonant with their environment?
- LiliLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
"Resonant"? That word normally refers to sound but can be used figuratively to refer to enriching or deepening something.
You are using that word entirely incorrectly.
If you meant "resonate," that also refers to sound, or to the evocation of ideas and images, or to the idea that something is meaningful to most people. If you say, "That resonated with us," you mean "We found it meaningful because of our previous experiences."
I'm not sure what you are trying to ask, so why don't you add an update and attempt to be more explicit.
- LANLv 72 months ago
No, I would just call them nuts and leave it at that.
Lili I believe that the moron above meant to use the word resonate, as in to be in harmony. He was too busy trying to sound profound and just showed how stupid he is.