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Had a panic attack and autistic meltdown late last night. Definitely not a pleasant experience and everything still feels on edge 8 hours later. Mental health is so important everyone: look after yours and look out for your friends.
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@animorphus Wow, that sucks… I feel the same way as you. If we get to an argument, I start off talking calmly, then yell as the arguments progresses, and I’d bang on a wall, or table or any object that I know isn’t breakable (almost like how Gordon Ramsey does when people serve Raw or S***ty food! Lol.) Yeah, I have different cousins and relatives that have their kids with autism. There are some who I find are annoying, cause he/she doesn’t chat like how we talk, but does act like a kid… I’m kinda like that as a kid, I’m used to be a immature behavior lol. But that’s what it’s like being autistic.
@ElCarnicero Yes, I’ve been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum, I think since I’m a baby or kid… idk. When it comes to meeting people in general whether it’s during work, at a party (it can be friends or cousins or relatives my age or bit older/younger), I’m very shy, I don’t talk much in a way where I make a conversation… but if someone talks to me, I try my best to answer and talk more to them. When it comes to typing, I’m not shy, but it can be scary when I’m new to any chatting sites. What I like about typing or texting, is that I don’t miss whole conversation, or asked to be repeated… my brains does tend to fart after a while (almost like short term memory loss, except I can remember what activity I did as a kid, etc., but not any conversation.) Even if I listened to a teacher, and mom asks what the teacher said, I’d forget lol. But truthfully I did listen but forgot what he/she says.
I know that was a lot of information, but that’s the story I can tell you from my experience.
@Astg94 Wishing you the best always!!
@animorphus take care of yourself. I've sent you a PM. Stay strong x