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  1. Irakus34

    Do You Think I Could Be Autistic Based On This Results?

    Hi. Next month I may see finally a new psychiatrist in search for a proper diagnosis after years of gaslighting towards my symptoms by said professionals of mental health. I started visiting a psychiatrist and psychologist when I was 12 years old because of anxiety. Then I came back when I was...
  2. J.T.


    Hi, my name is Justin. I joined this forum because I think I'm on the spectrum. After taking the AQ test with a score of 31 and the RAADS-R test with a score of 174, along with finding about how I was when I was a child it seemed to me that how "I am" could finally be explained. After doing more...
  3. Libecht

    College studies stress me out

    I've been a college freshman for almost a year. My college ranks 2nd in my country, so it's not that easy to get good grades. I worked very hard in the first semester, and passed all subjects with an average grade of A-, which made me the top 25% students. In the next semester, I wanted to be...
  4. Cosmophylla

    Breakthrough with my son, but where to now?

    My seven year old son was given psychometric testing at age four because we had been told by many people that he was unusually bright. I was also concerned about some aspects of his behaviour. We had originally thought his development was pretty "normal" but I should've noticed sooner that...
  5. Dee317

    Show me your BRAINsssss!

    My result-32 year old female-never drove-failed in the work force due to overload and demand anxiety. Your neurodiverse (Aspie) score: 142 of 200 Your neurotypical (non-autistic) score: 83 of 200 You are very likely neurodiverse (Aspie)
  6. Crossbreed


    Some of my responses are not posting. Feel free to remove this post in 15 minutes, if it successfully posts... The post in question won't even preview.
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