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alex0103

Active Member
Thanks for all your answers and replies. I have often wondered sometimes if my diagnosis was incorrect and really I don't have autism but it's something else that I have or in my voice in my head... "you are just all wrong in the head!".

But coming here and getting the replies I have has helped me see that yes my diagnosis does fit and there are some common things happening in my life that happen in others with autism. I don't question my diagnosis as much after reading replies and realising I have more in common with other people on the spectrum than I realised.


Thanks again
 

Leo Zed

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Thanks for all your answers and replies. I have often wondered sometimes if my diagnosis was incorrect and really I don't have autism but it's something else that I have or in my voice in my head... "you are just all wrong in the head!"...
I have to say thanks to you. When I was diagnosed over a decade ago, I didn't believe it either. Now, it makes a lot of sense. I realize that I am not the only one who felt this way.
 

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