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rebecca 04-17-2013 01:24 AM

...that's normal.

rebecca 04-17-2013 02:15 AM

How is your school?

rebecca 04-17-2013 02:23 AM

Oh, almost the same.

LaurenM 04-17-2013 04:16 AM

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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 450985)
i went to her and i didn't talk about it i talked about friends and not having many.

i didn't say selfharm or suicide because she'd have to tell people... damn....

But was she nice...?

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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 451065)
the sad thing is when i say i want to die at school everyone thinks it's a joke...

what if it's not?

Which reminds me...
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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 451073)
:P

So, this counsellor woman asked me if I have any type of disorder that isn't on my profile and I said that it's possible that I have Aspergers. SO she nodded and said okay. At the end of our... session, maybe? I'm not sure. Anyway, at the end she said that I don't have Aspergers and whoever said it was possible wasn't right.

What should I make of this?

You don't seem to have Asperger's.
Both Lily's: Are you okay?
Lily09: Stop being friends with someone doEsnt make you a backstabbing bitch.

So, apparently, I'm nervous when meeting people and bad at making friends according to this mental test we took at school. And there's this after school program which my school wants me to go to.
Funny. I've always thought I was GOOD at making friends. From what I can remember about the test, I said I was worried about not making friends and something about not trusting people enough to confide in them.
I told my friend and she was like 'IN YOUR FACE!'. Well, you used my catchphrase perfectly, didn't you.
And A, you know, it was really nice of you to shout around that I had mental problems.
K and S: You know, it doesn't mean that I never get offended when I don't seem it. There is a thing as concealing your emotions.
I came close to crying at school today.

LaurenM 04-17-2013 04:39 AM

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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 451078)
Yeah she was okay.
Reminds you of what?
I know. It's funny, when I was 6 I had a psychologist test done and she said it was a possibility. That, and the fact that I had an IQ of 142 ^_^ Not bragging, or anything.

Why did you come close?

My classmate once asked me whether I had an IQ of over 130. No idea.
Because a teacher came to our classroom and told us (me and my classmate) that we'd been invited to join an after school program for people who have different seams aspects of certain things like making friends. I don't know why I was so disappointed; maybe because I thought I was pretty good at making friends and that if I had any problem it wouldn't be that. AND I DON'T WANT TO GO TO AN EFFING AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM. I felt weirdly like crying when my friends joked that, 'LAUREN IS CRAZY!' because that test was for emotional and mental disorders.

LaurenM 04-17-2013 05:21 AM

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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 451080)
I have to be kind to everyone. Ughughughughugh

Having a disorder of any kind doesn't make you crazy.
What mental disorder do you supposedly have?

I'm pretty sure most of us here would have a sort of emotional/mental disorder.

Well, Alma's knowledge of these matters is narrow.
I don't know. The teacher just said I was bad at making friends in new places. According to the results of an emotional/mental disorder test we did at school.
Which is pretty weird because I was sure that I'd have antisocial personality disorder if I had any.
Kind to everyone?

LaurenM 04-17-2013 05:32 AM

How can she pick that up in a first meeting?!
You don't seem particularly unkind. If you manage to stuff a snarky comment everywhere and everyone gets offended, well, it's probably your classmates' problem.

LaurenM 04-17-2013 08:10 AM

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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 451084)
I'm nicer online. I'm not particularly unkind, but I will use subtle sarcasm a lot in class.

Well, instead of talking to her about what I wanted to (I didn't because she'd have to tell my parents...) I told her I have trouble making friends (that's funny timing) and that I don't have many. She said that I'd have to start being particularly nice to people if I wanted to be friends with them. There's not even anyone I can stand in my grade other than who I have now.

I also talked to her about my hate for certain noises. Her advice wasn't great. There's just certain noises that make me want to murder someone. And others that make me shake and panic. I am weird. >_<

But you still have friends. There's no definition of 'enough' friends.
I hate the sound of my nails scratching my drawer.

rebecca 04-17-2013 11:58 AM

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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 451073)
:P

So, this counsellor woman asked me if I have any type of disorder that isn't on my profile and I said that it's possible that I have Aspergers. SO she nodded and said okay. At the end of our... session, maybe? I'm not sure. Anyway, at the end she said that I don't have Aspergers and whoever said it was possible wasn't right.

What should I make of this?

They do tend to be a bit innaccurate - counsellors I mean. Some of them actually tell people with it to 'get over' some of their issues.

rebecca 04-17-2013 11:59 AM

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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 451084)
I'm nicer online. I'm not particularly unkind, but I will use subtle sarcasm a lot in class.

Well, instead of talking to her about what I wanted to (I didn't because she'd have to tell my parents...) I told her I have trouble making friends (that's funny timing) and that I don't have many. She said that I'd have to start being particularly nice to people if I wanted to be friends with them. There's not even anyone I can stand in my grade other than who I have now.

I also talked to her about my hate for certain noises. Her advice wasn't great. There's just certain noises that make me want to murder someone. And others that make me shake and panic. I am weird. >_<

I know the sounds thing! I have that sometimes. It's, unsurprisingly, commonly associated with a certain autistic spectrum disorder.


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