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A lot of what you guys are saying here is to be totally honest not helpful. All your discussing things that typically a person who has this doesn't really care about like I don't care if it's a disease or syndrome a spectrum either way it sucks at times.
The problem is we are not all the same to this disease. If I were to explain from my side things to a future person with this disease you need to some how to stay calm. you will get it and at times will feel like you are mute or no one gets your language, but if keep trying will work out. For you to get things it is going to take a lot but you need to continue to be effective in the sense of trying to learn it and there are multiple things basically things for you might take a little longer. And at times you might have to do it your way to come up with the same result.
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This syndrome for me is ever hard. Doctors to this day still make me in human and or poke and prod with out concerns for my feelings. I have had to change endocrinologist since moving to fl 7 times. A lot of doctors in our disease is a money maker. And recently since the new HIPAA law things has to be written so now on paper you are basically dissected on a page. And what I don't like about it is is they listed under a problems category and to me I don't see what I have is a problem.
If you have the money to afford not only a tutor I would highly recommend somebody who can work with the individual in social skills.
For me the hardest things to digest is that yes I learn slower and yes I look completely different different is not always a bad thing.
Being taken out of class was hard. Doctor visits don't really get better, but if you have a good doctor it will not be as bad.
I Have A Pectoral chest or a pigeon chest. Growing up was hard, but even with all the things that did not go my way in the end would not change thing. What I have now is quite honestly impressive.
I own a successful business, I have 3 trucks and a nice family car that has 15k left. My house and everything is paid off. I am only 30.
I did all by myself. So, trust from at very least if you buckle down and get into your niche things will work out monetarily.
So, yes things will work out kind of. My present is the happy. For me l, I felt like everyone was not talking my language and at points I could understand but just could not say it right. School was hard because you to succeed have to have extra time on things and that means that while you are working really hard to learn what most get in a snap takes you 3, 5, 10 more times to just grasp it.
You loose out on other things while pulled away. You will at points be okay with leaving class but will hit you with that you are different. It's okay. I waadequate fun. Of and called stupid to face and behind back by students, ias, teachers/ administration.
Doctors office feels like you are an alien. It is rare after adolescents to find a doctor that has bed side manners. The fact that it takes you longer to learn and how you see self is crippling. Even if makes not effort to say depressed, most likely he is and doing what I did.... hide from it.
I refuse to take therapy. I have done enough re search to question if it is even worth it. I Though Don't Shop The Worst Of it.
I will say 100 percent the biggest thing t out need to ensure from when child to.adult no pill fracks with t levels. Because I am not doing therapy, once t stops, I in trouble.
Right now at 32 I have recently had a weird response that they can not explain. I had a t level a year ago and before level of 230. This year, I havery more stress but my level shot up to 280. It is not fluke because checked 2 times. I have always been low but no one can explain.
School was hard, but people not allowing me to feel normal is the hardest thing. As parents t r not to overly coddle kid and or show them that they are different. Tell child after 12 what is 60 percent t in store. Do not say without test done if can or not have kids. Leave it as wonder. My li
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