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@ pretty pink Anon.There is far too much ‘oh you’ve got what…’ I would be careful on here though as it can get a bit toxic and harsh
You mean people saying what problems others have?
I mean people assuming someone has a condition with a name it means they suddenly almost contagious or they just jump to conclusion it’s the worst possible thing anyone could have.
Oh yeah thanks for the heads up. Maybe i shouldn't mention aspergers to people. Maybe just say im different.
Yeah I would keep it under wraps, if you get close to someone, as in lots of message traffic maybe sound them out on mental health side of things.In the UK it’s a health issue, in the US it’s an illness meaning there is a cure and anything not standard is a mental illness, from being bisexual to anything else.The main thing is getting support for your condition, and also for the depression.
Thank you Chris. Yes have noticed people around think everything not fitting into some image whether physically "perfect" looking body or personality that isn't "perfectly charming" is criticized and people will out right rudely tell you that you need to change xyz about yourself... When in reality nobody asked for their "help" or opinion on said things. Maybe this is an American attitude. People really seem to think that if something is not cookie cutter like an oil painting then it needs to be pointed out and immediately fixed come hell or highwater.
Yeah there does seem a need to be judgmental.You know yourself from the real world hassle you get and the ‘trying’ to fit in that Aspergers hands you.If you ever need a chat feel free to just pop me a message, no need to follow etc.I would look at support groups and assessment, if not already on the cards.Will also mention it to my friend.
Do you think guys are easier to get on with for you as a guy?