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SUPPORT

Hey everyone.  I know have a store where you can buy shirts and a patreon where you can support me and all do. My Patreson is Inside the Aspergers Studio Patreon And the store is Inside the Inside the Aspergers Studio Store  …

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DUNEGONS AND DRAGONS

This is a great game for so many reason.  Especially for those of you who are on the spectrum.  D&D can really help escape the reality blues. This is where you can be someone else and put us in a world of fantasy and you can be someone else for the remainder of the game play. But not only does D&D help you get away it also, you need to use your brain. This is because decisions have to be…

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TRYING TIMES

Hello everyone. I know these are trying times now. We are all trying to do our best.  There are those of you whose routines are thrown off skew due to the stay at home orders from our governors.  There are those of you who are not used to this. You have you set routine and all of sudden a monkey wrench is thrown in and now your panicking, You need to remember that the stay at home order is not…

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THE END, and a NEW BEGINNING

The clinical study I was on has ended abruptly, leaving everyone with questions. I will no longer be taking the drugs I was taking,  but I still have a 3–month follow up where I must show up and and have my temperature taken.  This is somewhat good news for me, because I still get paid for it. The downside to this though, is that I will be off the medicine and so I hope I don’t revert back to how I was before.…

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DOUBLE BLIND ENDS

As of January 9th, my double blind part of the trail is over.  As a whole me and my family really feel that I am on the medication.  They see some huge imporvements in me. Some of the differences are (I am thinking of others before myself, I am pro-active, I am more observant when it comes to clean things up).  But a change I feel that others don’t really see is, that I feel that I signs internally that…

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DEAR DAD

This is a different type of post. This is a letter to my dear beloved father who passed away 3yrs ago on August 10th. Dear Dad, Not a day goes by that I don’t think of you or hear you hearty voice in my head.  I still can remember all the things you taught me through the years. Each one of your life lessons still stick with me today. I can recount the times we would just sit and watch…

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ON IT, OR NOT ON IT.

Well I am ending the double blind study, and I feel as that I am on the drug. These are the observations I have made so many to tell me that I maybe on the new medicine. Observations: I am thinking more clearer. I am seeing things much normally. I am thinking of others before I am thinking of myself. (Ex. I had cooked dinner for my mother a month or so, and even cleaned up). I noticed when I…

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IT’S THE LITTLE THINGS THAT MATTER

I promised myself I would not talk about politics or religion on here, but the out pour of hate for one of our own. Greta Thunberg is a Aspie like the rest of us out there. I also see comments about it’s too late to do anything for our planet, your wrong its not. As my title says, there are so many things we can do. You just need to remind yourself small things matter too. I hear your thoughts,…

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FEAR

This is one of the biggest problems. It’s a problem everyone faces, but those on the spectrum it’s a huge issue. This is because we are outside the norm and society looks at us different. We are people and have feelings as well. Some of the biggest fears we face are: abandonment, making friends, socializing with people, and just plain old being accepted. Maybe of those on the spectrum have to whats called “Mask” which is pretending to normal just…

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