Happiest when I'm the most autistic?

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Postby alin0s » Sat Oct 25, 2008 4:19 pm

pakrat wrote:
alin0s wrote:
GreaseMonkey wrote:I've gotten to the stage where I barely notice anymore.

batista.90 wrote:there are some thinks i cant and some i can hide :stimming,
cant hide:social lack,bad writing,cant stand touching much,....any one else made this list?

I suggest you learn to socialise; if you're at school, try chatting to randoms. Looking in the eye isn't the main problem to start with. See if you can catch onto a conversation, and if you drag it down to the ground, don't worry; you're still learning.


GreaseMonkey, just because your a socialized aspie, and possibly converted to NT does not make it possible for all autistics to get to your ability level in socialization. I for one know that I will never be able to do this so called, "socialization" thing, and it does not upset me. So while your suggestion is valid it may not be usable by most of the members of this board.
That's what I've been trying to tell some people on other boards but then they say they are more aspie than me and they try...I just don't think that could be right that they are more aspie than me.

Please note that this conversation is a bit dead, GreaseMonkey is no longer an attending member due to some nastiness that happened outside of this board.
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Re: Happiest when I'm the most autistic?

Postby Candice » Sat Nov 22, 2008 11:41 pm

No not me. When I am tired. Like really tired I so dont get things and thats normal but it really brings out my autistic thinking cause my brain is half asleep. Not connecting so I can act really autistic. Most people think I am on drugs though. If I get to a stage where i completely zoned out. I used to think that is good cause I don't realise and then so I dont care. If that makes sense. If I have been sleeping and eating properly. I will be next to normal. Sometimes a bit vague or even hyperactive. I can be slow to pick up on social ques but no one doesnt usually notice cause I do understand alot and i can read peoples body language. It is my language development. I have been told I can speak well but sometimes my mind goes blank. As a 3 or 4 year old I wasnt talking much or if at all and even as a teenager I went for months. i think it might have even been a year or more without speaking at all. It wasnt that I didnt want to. I had stopped talking for so long I couldnt and people think you are being rude and some people got alot frustrated.
When I started drinking I begun to talk again except I turned into a 15 year old alchoholic.
I should have had speech thearpy. Would have been more healthy.

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Re: Happiest when I'm the most autistic?

Postby Misayu » Mon Nov 24, 2008 7:52 pm

I'm more autistic at home but sometimes I feel like wanting to let other people I'm autistic and be able to let them know I hate social situations. I don't usually stim at all, I do other things like humming or making random noises...I guess that counts as stimming but...eh. I do tend to flap my arms some and do different fidgy movements but not always in public. I guess I'm just really shy. I used to bite my pinky in public for no reason, sometimes if I was too overly excited or if I was nervous but...I grew out of it.

Candice: I had speech therapy but that was all. I never had counseling or Occupational therapy because they never thought I needed it. Now look at me, I can't work without freaking out over social situations, I get very easily stressed by anything when being pushed to hard and I also can't partake in repetitive arm movements over my actual speed. I have bad shoulder problems and I also get distracted by everything around me.
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Re: Happiest when I'm the most autistic?

Postby Candice » Tue Nov 25, 2008 10:20 am

To be honest I am not aware of how I am autistic or different from others. I have always been in my world. When I have been in enviroments where I can hang out in a group, I don't want to. I want to do my own thing.
Maybe I shouldnt but when I go out to night clubs I go by myself because the times I have gone out with a group or just a gf. I can't stand it. It is ok for awhile but I want go do my own thing. It's not like I have anything else planned. I just don't want to have to listen thier talking at me and making sure we go everywhere together for the whole night, how boring.

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Re: Happiest when I'm the most autistic?

Postby Titan's Fiancée » Tue Dec 14, 2010 10:04 am

Yeh me too I am happy to be me. I hate trying to be a normad(Normal). I do not think I should hide oneself from society I feel JUST BE YA SELF AND BE PROUD OF IT. :huggles:
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Re: Happiest when I'm the most autistic?

Postby Titan's Fiancée » Tue Dec 13, 2011 2:48 pm

I am at my most happy when I am little autistic me. A also due o my mental condition can hate other people so I avoid social situations when I can HAHA. If people cannot accept me for who I am then GO TO HELL !!!!!!!!!! HAHAHAHAHA
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