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Feb 9, 1974 (Age: 45)
Nova Scotia, Canada


Tempermental Artist, Female, 45, from Nova Scotia, Canada

Sometimes I wonder if I really am not autistic enough? Feb 20, 2019 at 6:55 PM

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    1. GrownupGirl
      Sometimes I wonder if I really am not autistic enough?
      1. Clueless in Canada
        Clueless in Canada
        Autistic enough for what or for whom? Maybe look into Broad Autism Phenotype to see if you fit there?
        Feb 20, 2019 at 10:06 PM
    2. GrownupGirl
      I once heard married couples live longer than single people, but I don't think that's true at all. It just *feels* like it's longer.
      1. Sid Delicious
        Sid Delicious
        A quick search came up with a bunch of studies showing single women with no kids live longer than married ones. I'm not sure how marrying increases life span unless the relationship continues to be great throughout life. Most fight, cheat, divorce, or end up depressed and living seperate lives. Other than continuing the species via children, I can't see any benefits that you couldn't get through friends/flatemate.
        Feb 7, 2019
    3. GrownupGirl
      It's the February, the season of looove! It's also flu season. I'm hoping the shot I got in November will make me avoid them both.
    4. BrokenBoy
      Who's the character in your avatar?
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    Feb 9, 1974 (Age: 45)
    Nova Scotia, Canada
    Diagnosis Status:
    Aspergers Syndrome - Officially Diagnosed
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