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    (Original post by raniafern)
    If I may ask, does your Asperger's make you anti-social, or develop into social anxiety?
    Both.
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    Im here!
    Ill write a proper response later.

    Plus ill reply to your pm too later
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    No, but mental illnesses don't exist
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    No, but mental illnesses don't exist
    Why would you say that?
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    Im here!
    Ill write a proper response later.

    Plus ill reply to your pm too later
    Okay dokey :groovy:
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    (Original post by JamesManc)
    No, but mental illnesses don't exist
    Disgusted!
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    (Original post by raniafern)
    Okay dokey :groovy:
    Haha!
    Ill probably shorten it a bit though tbh as mt brain turns to mush for long replies.

    PS: That guy earlier who doesnt belive in it, hes a moron!
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    (Original post by FireFreezer77)
    Haha!
    Ill probably shorten it a bit though tbh as mt brain turns to mush for long replies.
    PS: That guy earlier who doesnt belive in it, hes a moron!
    No problemo
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    Because illnesses cannot be mental.
 
 
 
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