Obviously many adults for the various reasons have sort of been left on their own to solve this puzzle, I just happened upon someone who took me back to a time/place when I was 8 years old and actually broached this to her than explained. It turned out the strange afinity I felt was correct, the missing puzzle piece being this AS. Anyway, I have come to find out CT is very limited in dealing with this a person I saw to set up services actually advised me to go elsewhere as the chances of me being unintentionally mishandled were quite high. What states are better, which are worse as far as ANY type of understanding/support goes?
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