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  1. kityoume

    oddities while eating

    Have you ever encountered strange things while eating? For example, do you know such a feature that while eating you want to stroke your legs with one hand to relieve tension? Have you experienced obsessive stroking while eating?
  2. dylan_gnome

    Trying to get myself out of a “food loop”

    Not sure if this is the best board to post this in but it didn’t seem like it really fit in any of the others. For the past few weeks I’ve found myself stuck in what I call a “food loop” where I only want to eat one type of food, or food from a specific restaurant. This month it’s Taco Bell...
  3. Jena

    Anyone on the spectrum suffer through this too?

    Hey so serious question but is there any other messy eater aspie/autistic person out there that isn't child age? Cause I am 20 years old with asperger's and still a very messy eater. I ate a ice cream bar and got chocolate all over my shirt, I drip crumbs and every thing on the floor, I have...
  4. ashketchumnow

    I need help

    Hi I'm Ashley, and while I'm not on the spectrum, a child in my care is believed to be. She is currently 4 years old, about 20lbs and refuses to eat. It's becoming more and more worrisome as she is only really eating crackers and cheese, and weighs as much as a 1 year old. She hardly sleep...
  5. As sweet as-pie

    Being "picky" with food?

    I've always been really picky with food. If I don't crave something specifically and then I eat it, I'll feel sick and never be able to eat it again. (No exaggeration.) If someone makes me a sandwich and it's incorrectly cut or the fillings are in the wrong order, I can't eat it. (certain...
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