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How to survive Fresher's week with Asperger's syndrome? Watch

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    I was really happy with my A level grades yesterday as I have gained a place in the university of my dreams (Durham). I have looked at the range of fresher's events at my college but I am scared that the social situations such as parties (I hate loud music and people getting drunk around me and would never drink) would be something that I struggle with. I am really hoping to make lots of new friends but I am worried my Asperger's will prevent this
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    Don't worry there are plenty of people who won't be drinking. The freshers week is designed with everybody in mind not just the people who drink.
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    (Original post by David B)
    Don't worry there are plenty of people who won't be drinking. The freshers week is designed with everybody in mind not just the people who drink.
    Thank you this is really reassuring!
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    (Original post by Hannahmay01)
    Thank you this is really reassuring!
    I'm glad, I hope you have a great time at freshers and don't bother thinking about trivial things such as I hope I make friends, because you will without a doubt make so many you'll have trouble remembering all their names.
 
 
 
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