I have extreme difficulty reading social queues, noticing peoples' emotions or behavioral ticks.
I'm also much more prone to overstimulation in loud, crowded, or otherwise very public locations.
There is no pressure on that site to "act like a normal person."And if you're hesitant to try meeting aneurotypicals of a different variety (meaning more like me with my various illnesses, and less like my Aspie partner), all I can tell you is that it worked out brilliantly for Tim and I.
The personal testimony of a stranger like myself is worth little, I know, but I hope I've at least provided you with a new, little-known possibility to consider.
Ještě jednou vás žádáme, abyste uchovali jejich totožnost v utajení.
Klikněte na tlačítko "Pokračovat" a vyhledávejte na základě vašich odpovědí.
Everybody gets rejected at some point in their life, and there could be dozens of reasons.More importantly, I really want to serve God in some way, shape, or form, but I can't seem to get anywhere, and He hasn't lead me to my calling (to my knowledge; I miss enough signals from my fellow man).To make matters worse, I see all sorts of bad signs from the statistics.(I have Major Depressive Disorder, severe Social Anxiety Disorder and Generalized Anxiety Disorder, FWIW).However, I would still encourage you to take a look at No Longer Lonely, because it has an unparalleled atmosphere of acceptance regarding people's differences, and creates an amazing comraderie among a community of people who have always felt as though they were outsiders, or even outcasts.