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Having a drink


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I do get emotional more, after some alcohol. I think that's common to both aspie and neuro typicals.
I like wildlife, bees etc, I grow wild flowers.
I see pigeons, which I like to feed birdseed to. They can kiss. Just like people do. I am happy for them, just makes me sad, that I wasn't different in the past, in some ways


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Friends who are other service users from the autism charity drop in I attend, have been inviting me to places to restaurants and bars. Two reasons I would rather not but find it difficult to make excuses why I could avoid them. One reason is I don't want to drink alcohol. The other reason is I get stressed and if there's not a fixed activity, for example playing a board game. I realise that is a kind gesture though.
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To call me Mr bean in a funny friendly way is acceptable but maliciously is cowardly and hurtful and contributes to my drinking and then drinking causes problems

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