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Autism in the Hood Jan 16
Being on the spectrum, and being are 2 totally different and separate things. A person can be on the spectrum, but not . AND THAT'S THE DIFFERENCE most don't understand.
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lauren Jan 14
I'm desperately searching for help for my brother. I am convinced he has , but child development are insistent that he has behavioural issues. I'm terrified of this 10 year old boys future. Can anyone please point us in the right direction?
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Moody Weather Jan 17
Yes. people talk to themselves. Often in the form of "muttering under their breath." Yeah, we get it, you normies don't like it. Still gonna do it, because it helps me. If it has nothing to do with you, then mind your own business.
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Nick Walton Jan 17
if I may, should all careers be opened to individuals including the uniformed services civilian & military ?
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Andrea Libutti, MD Jan 13
Dr John administered the -V test to my : unlike other tests, it includes a section for - aptitude. Dr John looked up at me and said in disbelief: “In all these years, not one person has ever solved this last puzzle..."
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Steph 5h
Not as long as the 9hr wait my sister had to wait I bet
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🕊️ Diana Di Giovanni🌹#GTTO #JC4PM2019 26m
refuses to let great-grandparents remain in couple rely on family for support and help care for their grandson
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pinknosedcat 12h
Replying to @go_regan
Both my boys love watching you too!
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Andrew Eddy Jan 13
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Jess Plant 10h
One thing that being means for me is struggling to cope with the unexpected, even if it is very minor. I tend to feel a sense or irritability.
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Katie Maxwell Jan 9
The worst thing about having Autism is the crippling paranoia.
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Cordelia Hecker Jan 17
Weird question; If you had to choose between losing the ability to stim or your main forms of communication which would you lose and why?
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Noelle Sussman's Telekinesis 14h
Replying to @JurisPettiness
The 3rd one... 😅 so you have to make an exception
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Melanie Roberts Jan 16
Replying to @Nicllan @NASCymru
It’s so sad that some people use the community as a smoke screen for political gain I’ll leave it there
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lmqlive Jan 17
So this is what the world is like now. Okay, I'm following the birds. You guys keep talking, tweeting and following each other. Leaders are losers these days. I'll just be and & stay under the radar stars.
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miss cirrhosis Jan 16
Oh the irony... supposed to take my son for a work focused interview for only for job centre keeping on cancelling it due to long term sickness of advisor😆. Bet they’re not sanctioned for not keeping appointments... 2 way thing surely
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adaraspence Jan 17
Writing Check List: World building? Got it! Plotting? Yep! Writing neurotypical characters as an autistic writer? Digs out 5 character building writing craft books.
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Living Autism Jan 17
Her words are incredibly moving and extremely insightful - The reason I don’t like to eat
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Carole Barnes Jan 17
I know that language is incredibly important here, so I am starting a small project and want to know how people feel about the word 'Tribe'. I often hear the phrase 'Finding your tribe' when referring to people. Is this an OK word
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AJ.Phd. Always Learning Jan 12
Please indulge me. As folks. What are the best/worst things about being ? Love to hear as many thoughts as possible. Please RT if you can. Thankyou.
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