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Jul 5, 2015
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    1. hiraeth
      Does creative visualization actually work? Should I try it?
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      2. Aspergirl4hire
        Why not? I can see you now. Your shoulders have dropped slightly, you breathed slower and deeper, and a slight smile appears on your face. What else can you feel and see?
        Aug 4, 2015
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    Aspergers Syndrome - Officially Diagnosed
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    "I’ve begun my voyage in a paper boat without a bottom; I will fly to the moon in it. I have been folded along a crease in time, a weakness in the sheet of life. Now, you’ve settled on the opposite side of the paper to me; I can see your traces in the ink that soaks through the fibre, the pulped vegetation. When we become waterlogged, and the cage disintergrates, we will intermingle. When this paper aeroplane leaves the cliff edge, and carves parallel vapour trails in the dark, we will come together." - Dear Esther

    Neurodiverse (Aspie) score: 137 of 200
    Neurotypical (non-autistic) score: 64 of 200
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