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work life balance

  1. Jenisautistic

    I am so grateful and blessed

    Hi everyone, I just wanted to state that I am very happy in my new program within the ARC. We are learning job skills and doing volunteering and internships. I feel so happy and blessed to be a part of it
  2. N

    If I'm not working/productive, I feel guilty for relaxing

    I recently graduated college and ended up in a well paying job doing programming. I like what I do, but now I have much more free time, and still have an industriousness issue, among others. To put it simply, if I'm not working, I feel guilty for wasting time, and just dissatisfied. At my...
  3. A

    Trying to Choose Sanity (Over Compulsion...?) PART 2

    I'm continuing to try to figure out how to best handle this, to see what I can manage. Now I understand why so many Aspies apparently can't handle anything else once they come home from full time work - meaning some need to just be entirely alone to do their own thing, not have to interact with...
  4. A

    Trying to Choose Sanity (Over Compulsion...?) PART 1

    My new job is full-time. I have read that many Aspies find they cannot work full-time. Though my job is ideal considering potential "burnout/get-fired danger zone areas" that I have/might face at other jobs, it is still full-time. The trouble with full-time is simply the length of it. That...
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