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savavdpeas
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03 Mar 2018, 11:39 am

I've been crazy for ten years, and I've got nothing to show for it. I'm just a depressed crazy person who has zero friends, zero skills, zero jobs. I just want to learn to cope with it and manage it better. Or maybe I just need to get a job. Maybe not, though. Because the last time I tried that I decided to go on a 60-mile walk to a different state and back home. It was on the night before my third day of work. I called in on the third day I was scheduled to work; and told my supervisor that I did not feel well. She said that it isn't working out, and that they were making too many accommodations for me already. Hence I was fired. wow.



asalem
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05 Mar 2018, 8:23 pm

Message me I am crazy too



livingwithautism
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18 May 2018, 7:28 pm

I've been crazy my whole life, getting crazier every several years. Since infancy, autism, early childhood, ADHD, age 7, OCD, age 10, GAD age 11, bipolar mania (and psychosis), age 15, bipolar depression (and psychosis), age 16, panic disorder, early adulthood, agoraphobia. I am also learning disabled and probably dyspraxic.



green0star
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22 Jun 2018, 8:25 am

Not for nothing but its not advised to take time off right in the beginning after you start a new job ... More then likely someone probably saw you going across the state or something and they got mad from that I guess.