I'm 30 years old and was just diagnosed with aspergers. Married but still very lonely. Husband is very understanding and socially awkward as well. He is currently out with a group of people he has never met to play a board game. I don't understand the enjoyment in putting yourself in such a situation, it boggles my mind. I feel jealous and in pain.
So with that, I sit here alone knowing that what is wrong with me will never go away. I don't want to be alone but I do. It's frustrating. Worried that if he dies, I will have nobody that will understand me or want to be around me. Wish it was easier to connect with people. How do you do it without pushing or scaring them away?
Does valium cause mitral valve prolaspe, please tell me i want to kill that doctor who prescribed me that pill because i think i got leaky mitral valve because of the valium in take so far iam unable to find a proof
Hi guys recently I started identifying as an agnostic humanist. I often find myself now worrying about what happens after death. How do you guys deal with things like this or what advice would you give.