February 24, 2021 at 5:13 pm
Hi, I’m 71 years old and can very much relate to the feelings of sensitivity to inanimate objects. It is a part of me going back to early childhood, The Velveteen Rabbit and some Disney movies surely did not help, I believe they caused a Bambi syndrome. I know I’m not autistic although my older sister, who I never knew, was seriously autistic.. I do believe there is some positive points to this condition in the creative sense. Poetry always came quite naturally for me and now I am trying to write. Although I have to mention I did come from a sad, somewhat dysfunctional home and I suffer from dyslexia and processing disfunction. It causes a lot of stress. At least I have a sense of humor, but life is hard with this, even at my age. It can be hard to relate to people, and I have been hurt.
October 21, 2020 at 10:34 pm
My name is Olga Pulford and I have mild autsitm. I am 20 years old. I have trouble communcating with people offten being rude unintentionally. I have difficluties making freinds. I am only able to make freinds with older woman. I have two environmentalist freinds named Gina and Amy. Both a 60 years old. To fill in the gap of lacking more freinds, I have love for inanament objects. On mount Grahm in Safford Arizona there is this large telescope called the Large Binocular Telescope. It is a huge metal red telescope using two primary mirrors. I fell in love with the telescope at age 19 and loved him ever since. I named him James and have to have him with me everywhere I go or else I panic. To see him, I pull up the telescope’s webcam on my phone. I love James to death. I view this telescope as a living breathing being that deserves love and respect. I have extreme love for this telescope. Everytime I go to mount grahm for camping or anything else, I feel like I am going to my loves house. I get so ecited and in love that I completley loose my apetite. He is part of my family.
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