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


    I did show my quirks but I still kinda wasn't my full self and still was this actress because I wasn't diagnosed 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 didnt if I'm making any 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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    What are your quirks?
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    be yourself as much as you can be.
    social stigma is difficult, but true friends will accept you as you are.

    My daughter is autistic. she mimics people around her which is exhausting for her.

    She's only 11 (acts 7 most of the time), but has a best friend (10) who welcomes her eccentricities and let's her be her.
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    As long as you are happy in life, and don't hurt other people, is all that matters. If you bottle yourself up for too long, it can actually make you quite depressed and probably very insecure about your very own self! Feel free to embrace yourself. Who cares what others think? :crown:
 
 
 
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