SomedayImGonnaBeFree23 karma2017-05-28 12:48:51 UTC
Yes, but it was in response to this:
What is personally the hardest thing you deal with, being blind?
Not having a girlfriend to hug and show me affection when I'm nervus.
TIL I'm blind
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SomedayImGonnaBeFree6 karma2019-07-07 21:34:52 UTC
How did you figure out that this is something you wanted to spend time on?
SomedayImGonnaBeFree5 karma2019-07-07 21:35:48 UTC
What is the most go-happy encounter or experience you've had in the elderly care facility? You must have had some great reactions!
SomedayImGonnaBeFree3 karma2019-07-07 21:34:10 UTC
What was the most challenging problem you encountered while getting everything set up?
SomedayImGonnaBeFree2 karma2018-07-02 20:50:01 UTC
Hello! I hope you still answer questions :)
You mentioned you got diagnosed at around year 14, we're about the same age. I was just wondering about some culture difference in this.
Where I went to school I never heard about autism. I learned about the autism spectrum just a few years ago (I was about 16-17).
To my questions:
* Was autism 'stigmatized' in the sense of it wasn't talked about?
* Did you share the diagnosis with any friends, how did they react? Did they know about autism from before?
Thanks for doing this AMA! :)
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