Hi An , My name is Deborah Drosos i am 36 and i have aspergers , i remember growing up when i used to bother people a lot , i didnt know when to stop , always was somebody else stoping me , i learn how to beha ve over the years on how to be polite with others , by paying the consecuenses of my acts , and i had to forced my self to dicipline my acts , i hope you get help for your child soon.View Thread
3 months ago found out i have aspergers , i am afraid to ask for help because i am 36 years old and the only thing i find is tratment for children , i need a lot of help , since i am always confuse , where should i start , what do i do? dont get me wrong ,i have my GED , i am a CNA CHHA , i am the only one supporting my dauhgter , i have always have a job as a nurse since 2001 , i am totaly independent , i feel so embarased asking for help , i live in San Diego CA , i wold like you to refer me to a safe place , thankyou very much.View Thread
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