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    A long time ago I accepted my autism and my other challenges.

    I did show my quirks but still kinda wasn't my full self and still was this actress because I wasn't undiagnosed for so long before and it was weird because I didn't know who was really me.It's like I was forcing it in and had to just accept it. Like dealing with things not didn't work for me and pretending to be normal and that's how my brain worked when it didn't. If I'm making sense.

    One time I was behaving myself and I guess weirdly/ abit disabled but I didn't care.

    Am I right for doing so?
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    I was not diagnosed I meant
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    Hey, I’m Aspergers and spent 17 years of my life unsure of myself. I totally hear you. I embrace my autism and it’s become part of my humour. I tend to not care what people think because as long as I’m happy, life is gud. So keep that same mindset and don’t worry what people think for the most part. I’ve learnt that being myself is the best way to be, so you should too. Be your own awesome self 😎
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