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I’m Franky. I was diagnosed as autistic, level 1 in September. I’m still processing what this means and how my life is/has been affected.
I’m a middle school teacher, I love video games and science. I don’t really feel like an adult, never have. Being an adult is confusing and difficult and has been for a while. Having this diagnosis has helped me put that into context a bit.


I'm from the other end of the spectrum.
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Hi and welcome. This forum is the greatest resource I've found for learning more about yourself, and there's lots of nice people here too. I hope you find us helpful.


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Hi and Welcome @Chimppetrolbomb

I was diagnosed a few years ago and am still learning what it means, so take your time and be patient.
Do hang around a read some of the threads - lots of good experience there.


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One thing I find fascinating is that there are many of us that work or have worked in supporting others (teaching, mentoring, social services, social work, etc.). :)


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Hi and welcome, I hope that you enjoy it here, and that being here will help you to make further progress with lessening your confusion.

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