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happy autism acceptance month
this is an example of how i feel the majority of time with my autism and other disabilities

It makes me overly joyous and excited on the simplest things and I'm blissful naïve but not ignorant and like my shirt says there is no cure for being yourself

it has been 8 years on the 12th since that horror of the mental hospital began and the monster staff that nearly killed me though abuse and attacks
April 12th 2014 I was admitted
Now it's been a rocky road from there but now years later it's been a slow climb up since 2020 I know of all years but still anyway I am so happy not to be in the situation anymore I hope I will never have to go to that horror again not only in that place but in anywhere I know I'm surrounded by friends in my program
That's all I have to say for now because I'm planning possibly do a video on the subject

but I would like to thank everyone for being here and being so supportive
You guys are awesome
Hi Jenny, so sorry you went through that, and so glad you're doing well now. You are Awesome!
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