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  1. G

    What is your view of Humanity?

    This will probably be my last thread on here for awhile, as I'll be busy trying to get things in order for this month. I want to ask a philosophical and cosmological question namely, what is your view of humanity and human nature? I mentioned in a previous thread being fascinated by human...
  2. homo_aspien

    Getting diagnosed: Bravest thing I did for myself

    Four months ago I stumbled upon article about a book a father of autistic child has wrote about his experience and his hardship of having to deal with his son. Most of the comments were negative, since the book was obviously denying autistic experience and portraying us as a major pain in the...
  3. inabox

    How do you respond to Compliments...?

    Does anyone understand this? I have trouble doing things like returning compliments. Things I should do and most times I want to. Like someone says to me "hope you have a good summer". I should reply "you too" and I want to, either because its polite or I actually mean it, or both. But something...
  4. Vindicator Phoenix

    Compliments for the Other Side! <3

    If you have autism, say something nice about a neurotypical person you've met, or something nice about neurotypical people. If you're neurotypical, say something nice about someone with autism, or about people with autism. I've met some neurotypical counselors, over the last five years, and...
  5. B

    Novice Here

    Greetings, Once upon a time when I had friends they called me JT. I am a male 65 years of age and retired living in a region of the US that I disdain and refuse to call home. Contemporary society has molded me into a highly cynical recluse. Because of my Asperger’s traits I have developed an...
  6. Bolletje

    Trust me, I'm a doctor (Blog name change imminent)

    Not the Doctor, but a doctor for sure. Which is to say, I've succesfully made it to the finish line, I am no longer a student, I will be receiving my medical license soon and I've been hired by a local hospital, where I'll be starting my first real job as a doctor pretty soon. My last entries...
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