Look around, open your eyes, "life" (each SELF) is not an absolute. Each person you consider "ABNORMAL" makes their/our own life because we REACT to our own unique experiences in life (we REACT to having an abundance of people in our lives who pathetically consider themselves to be NORMAL).
If a person learns (from family or otherwise) to be the victim of passive-aggressive people in society (there's no shortage of people who will exploit you), then we REACT by doing whatever we need to get along in this world, so when you complain about others being "abnormal", remember, collectively, it is people like you who are the cause (what did you expect?, you are the CAUSE of what you mock).
We only REACTED to a life filled with people that wanted to exploit us for their pitiful ego and conscience (and considered themselves "NORMAL" while they considered us "weirdo sicko peons"). It wouldn't hurt you so much to be told that you really aren't "superior" if you weren't in the habit of condescending to others as though they were "abnormal" (there is no such thing in humanity). It is no surprise that you are NEEDY of redeeming your conscience (compensating for your unjust exploitation of others) and also have a need to redeem your ego because you maintain your fantasy "status" by declaring yourself to be "normal".
Using words like "Horse$hit" and "f**ked" up (what's the matter, you never heard of a "MESSED" up life/situation?, this is "supportive"/productive criticism or wreckless/ridicule?) stirs EMOTIONS and gets away from intelligent conversation (or isn't that your goal?, is the problem that you can't "hack it"?, make an effort).
People who want to JUDGE (imposing shame, guilt, humiliation, intimidation) and CONVICT and wish that other people RECIEVE A PENALTY are the kinds of people who caused our "situation" in the first place.
You speak of morality as though it is an absolute. "Right and wrong" (conscience) is the ABSOLUTE, "morality" is only an arbitrary set of rules...or does being "normal" keep you from understanding abstract concepts (ideas derived from understanding)?.
Each person's chosen moral philosophy should be the result of their conscience, not of society's "etiquette".