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January 2013

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um, yeah

Not sure what to say.
It's my first day back to work and it's really hard not to run away back to bed.
Sanity School still going.
They should teach DBT starting in middle school.
I'm both tired and wired.
Fuck you, neurons.
Being a person is hard work.
*The following rant is directed at no one here on LJ.*
People with Asperger's Syndrome CAN lie, no matter what bullshit they tell you.
I refuse to share space with someone who is blatantly self-injuring for attention.  Not even some focusing, or paining outlet, or lack of knowledge of how to cope with overwhelming emotions.  Just, "look at me".  Fuck that.  That is NOT how you get my attention.  That's how you get an ambulance to bring you away from me and my attention.  And yeah, I sent the guys over to make sure the ambulance got in and you didn't run.  And you lied to the EMTs.  You tell me you're inpatient by mistake?  I tell you you are much sicker than you realise and need a long-term unit, my friend.  Not my friend.  A liar.  A sickness.  There IS something majorly fucked up in your head, and it has ZERO to do with your Asperger's.  You can't use that as an excuse for every shitty, irresponsible, sick thing you do because I am not a fucking moron.  Within 6 weeks, I met you, befriended you, invited you to live with me, introduced you to my friend family, shared my space with you, got to know you, got to see through you, and now I dismiss you.  You're not as clever as you think you are.  If you want to manipulate ME into your drama-storm, you'll have to do a heck of a lot better than that.  I've been abused by a MASTER!!  You are a sick child and it is not my responsibility to take care of you.  Go back home to your mother.  Let her remind you to shower, eat, take your meds.  I am done with you.


DBT can be SO helpful. It definitely brought me a lot more peace.

Being a person is incredibly hard work, and you do that work time and time again.

I wouldn't doubt that people with Asperger's can lie. They're human like the rest of us. The few Aspies I know tend to be truthful, but that's more because that's who they are than the Syndrome's contribution.

I'm so sorry this person hurt you like that. As always, we're here however we can be. If there's a way you prefer we get in touch with you, let me know. I've been trying to drop the occasional text, because I'm not sure if you're in the hospital or at home, and I don't want to put any pressure on you.