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  1. Beanfinity

    In the workplace - being told to work differently / slower

    This just occurred to me today, and I am even at work right now typing this up (on my morning break, not eating into work time). I don't mean this as a 'flex' as I know autistic people have trouble with their jobs, so I hope it isn't taken that way (my workplace issues have always been socially...
  2. Danielle Sisco

    Criticism, Nitpickiness and Sensitive Soul - How to cope with the constant assault

    Evening friends, I need to rant first and then I would like some suggestions on how to be okay.... I am talking about the constant Criticism, disappointment from others and Nitpicking that occurs on a continual basis - It's not just from my spouse but from everyone I interact with since I was...
  3. M

    Possible Cause and Cure for Emotional Problems in Autism

    Many autistic people think no one likes them because they're different which can cause a bunch of emotional problems. Limited social interaction may cause you to misunderstand situations and misinterpret people's motives. Emotional reasoning and other cognitive distortions are common so it can...
  4. china autie

    Taking responsibility for work mistakes and responding to criticism-- help!

    TL/DR: What do you say when confronted at work when you've made the same mistake a few times in a row? ...without blaming stress or circumstances? ...without crying in front of the boss over life? ----- I made a mistake at work. I missed something thst I clearly should have seen but did not...
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