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Anonymous #1
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Everyday I face this because i'm autisic and even has a fully grown attractive adult I'm still facing this because I look normal. At my co workers , people I meet and I'm a lovely person who likes to chat and has lots of interests. Maybe its the people I work with because with not me. Things will get better yes?
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Anonymous #2
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Sorry, but your post doesn't make sense
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Lilligant22
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Maybe it's your social etiquette and behaviour? Are you saying anything which probably shouldn't be said (e.g private/intimate stuff, commenting on things which may make others feel uncomfortable, etc)?
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Anonymous #1
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(Original post by Lilligant22)
Maybe it's your social etiquette and behaviour? Are you saying anything which probably shouldn't be said (e.g private/intimate stuff, commenting on things which may make others feel uncomfortable, etc)?
Actually I'm pretty good in conversation and I'm pretty normal socially even though I'm autisic. Ive been told I'm perfectly normal. Even though I'm nice and overly bubbly at times.
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Anonymous #3
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Maybe it's just the people you're working with at the moment
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Anonymous #1
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Maybe it's just the people you're working with at the moment

Yes, I think you are right.
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