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I don’t see how you can expect a very common emotion such as sympathy to just suddenly go away? I wasn’t taught to feel bad about people who are sick, it comes naturally. It is a natural emotion some humans get when looking at someone who is terminally ill or going through a very painful disease. You can’t scare me I have a crazy grandma shirt You just can’t help it. We can pretend aka lie for you and be like oh yay I’m sooo happy for you….but in reality its just not legit.
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there’s help, and then there’s help that pities. and honestly its really easy to spot the difference when you sit and find the differences. I’m autistic. Last thing I want to hear from someone is “I’m sorry.” When I tell them. My life has struggles that other people will never understand. Do I hate my life? Not in the slightest bit. Do I have to work harder to have the privileges most everyone else gets so easily? Yes. I don’t the world to view me disabled. But that’s how I’m seen. And I know autism isn’t a disease, and it’s not life threatening. But it is life long and does cause struggles and requires therapies. So I can kinda relate. People like to assume that because I have autism, that I’m not able to do the things they can. When really it’s quite the opposite. But we get pitied and pushed aside, and made to be these inspirational people to “normals” when all we’ve done is achieved a life goal. I’d rather have someone asks questions about autism than just say “sorry.” And walk off.