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Substance misuse


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A step into the unknown for me potentially coming up, as I have never talked to an organisation before about drinking. I am going to try going myself alone first then seeing if a follow up may be good maybe with a support worker. I know I will be so nervous. A step into the unknown generally I think can be nerve wracking.

Except I have talked to support workers from the autism charity' I am registered with.


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I believe if in my life I never drank too much, I would be disappointed, stressed and saddened by some people who don't a cept those for how they speak or behave, we are all people regardless of autism or any condition
Even a non condition thing, how we look is unimportant.

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