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Sorry, but also not sorry!

Pleased to be a doing-well person, but sometimes I cannot. I seem mean and uncooperative, but I do care. I get frustrated from reining in my autism. Then I cannot control myself and feel guilty, which also makes me angry. Sorry, but also not sorry. Mostly, just tired of having autism.


2 Responses to Sorry, but also not sorry!

  1. Aspie girl December 31, 2017 at 3:04 am #

    I used to be ashamed of my flapping. I was terrified of being caught doing it, like it was a crime. Got paranoid about it to the extent that I wondered if I was caught flapping on security cameras, when there were none around. My mother used to tell me people would think I’m crazy if they see me stimming.

    You shouldn’t have to hide your autism, or feel guilty about it.

  2. Sarah Stup January 9, 2018 at 12:56 pm #

    Thank you for understanding. My behaviors draw stares and fear, but some people are accepting. We need more who can allow it.

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