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janie

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    1. Nitro
      Nitro
      I'm trying to make sense of your recent blog post to approve it,but I find it very confusing.
      Care to tell me why you chose to post it the way you did?
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      2. janie
        janie
        The content itself was an attempt to share what happened inside my head as the doctor told me I was an adult on the autism spectrum. It almost went by me. I didn't hear what he said at first... I was uncomfortable, the chair didn't fit, I picked his intensity and new he was going to tell me something I went there to find out and almost missed the punchline because, come to find out, I am on spectrum.
        Apr 8, 2017
      3. Nitro
        Nitro
        Can I ask why it was formatted the way it was?
        It was very difficult to read that way,and what exactly was the reference to not posting it without permission from the author?

        I do understand how overwhelming a diagnosis can be,however,you can only adjust your life to compensate where you have deficits.
        Apr 8, 2017
      4. Nitro
        Nitro
        My advice is to remain the person you have always been,and don't attempt to alter your life to suit what someone has interpreted and written about an autistic person to be as your new identity.
        Apr 8, 2017
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    Aspergers Syndrome - Officially Diagnosed