Published on 12, July, 2020
Nature provides wisdom and comfort
i love all trees equaly and learn from their unique differences
How do I make an appointment with a GP? It would be nice if I could go as just me without my mum.
My cousin (5 years younger than me) has autism and my mum had(/has - she still gets upset easily) depr…
I'm not sure I agree with that statement, they're always barking at me...
...I'll get my coat...
if course they do.
Oak are the wisest.
Willow are very bendy in their ways.
poplar are popular.
R U autistic ?
i saw your profile and you enjoy a lot of interests similiar to me..
i love planting trees and then managing them as they compete - i have one third of acre garden could easy do with more
you can grow alot with that space i guess you have created a little paradise for yourself and enjoy observing the magic of cause and effect... me too.. its a pleasurable feeling.. chat again soon aidie
Trees are constant, solid and round. They are always there for you to hug unless other people get in the way. Most importantly, all trees are different so you can look around and find the best one to hug. Trees <3
welcome to this forum
I read your profile and have provided you with the overplan in getting a diagnosis and added my own tips
from profile : cover the green camera LED with small piece of blue tack or even better a small piece of paper from the stick edge of a Post It/sticky note. Have the camera on when doing this to make sure the camera isnt covered. IN my meetings I keep the camera off because i find it make me anxious/not concentrate/play up when in a meeting.
right here is the plan. click on the image to make it bigger. You can read Asperger,s as Autism.
here are my extra notes
Make a list of reasons why u think u are autistic.
include relatives in your family who are autistic or adhd or called weird/different
and a list of occasions when u have been called weird, autistic, different
the list should be electronic ie so you can email it.
Print out a copy and hand to your doctor when u go to ask for an autism assessment