Trying to find people in similar situations

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Postby Candid » Thu Apr 26, 2018 1:45 pm

Leo Volont wrote:He had nothing to fight with you about and so you were invisible to him. but I was somebody who he could fight with. He complains about hostility, but that is the only thing he looks for in Life... apparently.


Yes. I'm starting to think that's what he came here for.

Cleveland,
I wrote:I'm trying my hardest to understand you, but it doesn't help when you keep biting.


Another thought: if so many people misunderstand you, it's because you're not making yourself clear.

So I misunderstood the message of your first couple of posts. Could you try again?
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Postby DrPsychFeels » Sun May 27, 2018 3:21 pm

Cleveland, go to an autism support group on autismspeaks.org. The intricacies of your situation cannot be hashed out on this forum and that's no one's fault.

Seek out similar people and through them you will be able to learn good ways to manage these situations and similar situations in the future.

It's totally normal for ASDs to feel like the world has shut them off. Go find this part of the world that hasn't.
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