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No surrender
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I remember when I got my results I was sad because I was thinking of all the ways my life could've been better, had I know when I was younger, but...
Yeah I can understand that. "But...", as you say :) I think there's so many ways my life could have been better - I've had a somewhat complicated childhood - that at this point I'm just relieved to see that 1/ My own diagnosis was likely more accurate that what therapists told me (which means I'm relatively reliable) and 2/ I'm neither completely damaged nor an alien after all. And I take those as good news :grinning:

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