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- That ******* Mario Kart one.
Buntch of Memes I've made...
Damn that bridge. DAMN IT TO HELL
the flashbacks are coming back
what channel do i put this in
Lv999 Villager Ch 2
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Roll to be king
- Glad I'm not the only one that appreciates pregnant women! …
How about a magic trick?...
- What game is this???
Farming in a nutshell
- Thanks for that. My autism is pretty severe, but I've l…
- Sorry for this, but I'm gonna pour my emotions out right now, …
The fact you can still articulate this level of caring and emotion shows you aren't beyond hope. I used to work in a community that helped high-functioning mentally disabled people to live relatively normal lives. None of them could have even fathomed the things you just typed.
As far as meeting the "one", I just want you to know that the whole "love something, let it go" crap is the biggest bunch of bullshit I've ever heard. If they truly are the "one", they won't let you let them go, because they'll be holding on to you just as tightly.
I have no idea who you are, or anything about your life, but know that I give a shit about you. You're a valuable individual that deserves whatever happiness you can obtain in this world. Perhaps that will mean you find the "one". Perhaps not. Maybe you'll find happiness in a few close people. Or maybe that happiness will be found in browsing a shitty meme site that is ever embroiled in political debate but still has some nice things posted now and then.
I understand your fear of passing ASD onto any progeny, and I empathize with the desire to reduce the risk. I hope you find peace and comfort, and that you will discover that true happiness that will not leave you feeling empty due to any potential "missing pieces".
Thanks for that.
My autism is pretty severe, but I've learned to cope by mimicking those around me to make me seem normal (I started doing this when I was a kid because of my experiences). The parts I still have a lot of difficult with are touching, looking people in the eyes, letting things go, and as I said before, relating emotionally. I've gotten to the point where I can hide my difficulty with touching pretty well, but I still feel it. When making eye contact, I stare at their nose or cheekbone to make it seem like I'm looking them in the eye and make my mind focus on something other than their eyes. I can be outside and do things really well, but I get exhausted very quickly because there is so much for my mind to process in the few hours being outside.
As for "the One", the girl I feel that is the one is already dating the guy who is a close friend of mine. I'm glad she is, because he's a good guy, and she deserves the best. We still talk, and she's one of the best friends I've ever had. She makes me feel human, something I don't feel very often.
Some parts of it are alright. My inability to let things go drives me forward with a lot of my work, and once I have my sights set, I refuse to stop. That being said, its hard for me to take up any task, so it has to be something I really care about.
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