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Hi from France!

Gaelic

New Member
Hello everyone!
For the longest time I've felt like it was impossible to describe to the people around me how I felt. Somehow, I felt disconnected, strange, as if I didn't receive all the social codes that seemed so obvious to everyone. I always had to ask for how things work, especially socializing ! But I also felt like I was not part of the life going on around me.

Recently, I've read on the forum here many descriptions of being surrounded by a "wall of glass" like an invisible barrier around me, and that is exactly how I felt! So I'm grateful I can meet so many beautiful people who have find their way through life with ASD or maybe with their own unique trait.

Looking forward to exchanging with others here!
Thanks

Gaëtan
 

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Suzanne

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Bonjour, salut!

I live in France, but not French and if you are French, then whoa your English is amazing!

I was diagnosed formally in France, which is pretty rare, since I am an adult female.

Anyway, welcome very much.
 

Gaelic

New Member
Thanks !!
Oh yeah, France is not as advanced as the anglo-saxon countries regarding ASD, but things are moving in the right direction, I feel.
 

Thinx

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Hi and welcome. Yes I can relate to what you say, finding others with a similar internal experience and finding it actually is a recognised difference in neurology was helpful for me. I call it the Bermuda triangle, unstructured social communication... it's a mystery.
 

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