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i wish people understood autism and special needs i may look normal but theirs so much i need help with, i fear dentists im scared of people yelling at me , im scared of deep water, i have very bad anxiety , it hard when people think your high functioning you can do it they dont know whats going on in my brain i can do lots of stuff but i still struggle i dont understand most things and sometimes have repeat stuff so i understand i am not good at paperwork my mommy helps me i know what everyone goes though and i know i need help with stuff im not fully mature my maturity level is at a 15 year olds level i dont understand jokes i went though alot in my life im 25 but cant act my age and its not my fault i try my best and thats all i can do i love helping others and i know with help and support i can do so much
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Loverinthesky96 · 22-25, M
Thats ok I'm like 20 and act like I'm 10 sometimes
twistermind · 46-50, F
Very well said!
Alabamiangoddess · 46-50, F
me too I wish people understand me
MartinTheFirst · 18-21, M
We don't understand because not a lot of research has gone down into this. We don't know what you're dealing with.
Gumba1000 · M
Well said Aspie.
twistermind · 46-50, F
Hello!
I can guess how you can feel frustrated in front of people's demands.
Do you feel free to tell them when you don't understand something or when you can't do something? I think that if you tell them, they will understand you a little better.
What do you think?
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yes i agree
twistermind · 46-50, F
@autism1024: I know it's not easy. I'm very bad at interacting with people and I find very hard to tell them about my dificulties but the times I tried it, I found a positive attittude from people.

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