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Hello I live in the south of England & a parent of a 25yr old daughter who was diagnosed 4yrs ago as having ASD.
as a parent I am finding it extremely difficult to support my daughter who has regular meltdowns usually involving a boyfriend.


I'm from the other end of the spectrum.
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Hi and welcome. There's a few parents in the forum that might be able to help, reading a lot of our stories and finding out the different ways in which we have meltdowns and what triggers them might be helpful too.


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charm & chaos
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Hello and welcome! Is there any chance your daughter would want to join the forum? We may be able to help her.

We are always on the same wavelength lol. I was just going to suggest the same thing!

@Thres Your daughter is close in age to a lot of members here (including myself.) I think we would be more than happy to speak with her directly (if she wants to and consents to it.)

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