finding out and how to explain to parents.

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Computerwizkid
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24 Apr 2010, 2:21 am

the usb stick is not an issue with any thing they wouldent even think any thing of me losing that cose well its not somthing any body around here even thinks about items get lost in this house all the time.

but you are right about the job thing my only problem with that is i need peace and atleast some understanding from them so i can figure out what i should do about some of the things that make it hard for me to keep a job. so i need to come up with the best way toshow them and its kinda hard for me talking about stuff like that for one i dont feel comforable even with family, for two i dont even know where to begin to start a conversation on that subject, and also they would just brush it off it is not becous of me lying i hate lying or even me thinking i might have somthing when i dont never did that its just they dont listen and they just ignore me brush any thing i say off.

could be becous i always end upspouting out info on things at randome or if the subject is brought up even if they want it or not.


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24 Apr 2010, 3:13 am

If it's hard for you to get a job for the moment, then try researching colleges and information on scholarships, grants and student loans. Among the student loans, I've heard that there's something that I think is called the work study program, in which they make it so that your employed at least part time, for sure. And maybe once you're in college you can try to find a way to get a psychological evaluation to see if you need special ed or vocational rehab services.



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24 Apr 2010, 11:09 am

Just tell your parents they did a sh!t poor job raising you, your not ready to leave yet. I always tell my dad he can't even do the easiest of tasks like raise a normal person (ie.. me.) LoL :twisted:



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24 Apr 2010, 3:55 pm

Oh yeah... also, some colleges have free psychological counseling services for students. If you go to college, you might want to look into that.



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24 Apr 2010, 4:26 pm

Todesking wrote:
Just tell your parents they did a sh!t poor job raising you, your not ready to leave yet. I always tell my dad he can't even do the easiest of tasks like raise a normal person (ie.. me.) LoL :twisted:


Actually you have a point here. If there is nothing wrong with CWK mentally, emotionally or neurologically then it IS his parents' fault.

Bring that up, WizKid- maybe they will listen and support you having a condition when they see that the only other alternative is that they are crappy parents.

In all seriousness, it is hard for them to pay attention to you because they still have kids in the house. It will be tough and I hope you find a way to get some help. In reality if you are on the spectrum, you are emotionally still a kid yourself even if you are at an adult age.



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24 Apr 2010, 4:35 pm

if i went to collage it would be some place like ittech, but i actualy have a problem with loans or tuition of any type i dont like to have to pay back latter if i cant get it back as soon as posible it bugs me i prefur to pay right away and skip the whole pay back part, but thats somthing that i need to work on getting used to, but your idea sounds ideal and i dont plan on making excuses and i know its not going to be esy but i will see about it.

as for telling my parents they are poor at rasing me or my brothers and sisters its just somthing i cant do its kinda agianst my code of honor as i call it.


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26 Apr 2010, 2:46 am

Computerwizkid wrote:
as for telling my parents they are poor at rasing me or my brothers and sisters its just somthing i cant do its kinda agianst my code of honor as i call it.

not only that, i'm no NT-psychology specialist but i bet they wouldn't like it very much 8O