i saw someone do this so i thought “why not?”
dear Asperger’s Syndrome;
you confuse me a lot still to this day. how we met is unusual since neither of my parents carry you. but to me, you’ve worked against and for me. you make me think and feel deeper, which i’m grateful for at times and others...not too much. but because of you i have a math deficiency, yet i would’ve had that either way because math sucks. but you help me understand literature better, you’ve given me a lot of insight to other people, and you’ve never left me even though i have only such a small touch, grateful to be so high functioning.
i hope that what people take away from this is this — though having this is tough, we have became tougher in our transgressions with it. we will survive and we don’t have to conform because we’re beautifully made inside and out.
have a good day everyone
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