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PDD-NOS, Social Anxiety and Others
Discussion place for other conditions related to the Autism spectrum such as: PDD-NOS, Social Anxiety/Phobia and Childhood Disintegrative Disorder.
If I can get an official diagnosis, then I can apply for financial aid and even the chance of someone taking me shopping or sitting in the dr's surgery.
I used to be so ashamed of this; still feel it when have to do things on my own, but less shame talking about it, since a sort of friend said that there is nothing to be ashamed of and for some reason, that truly has helped me to see it as a disability, rather than something thing that I am weak in. Oh, of course I am, but in truth, I do try to push myself; just doesn't work.
If a place is familiar, I am just about ok.