i would love to get your input on how things were when you were a child. what therapy if any did you get and how did it help you? did you take meds and what did it do for you? or, did the meds make things worse? was being in your "own world" something you preferred? or did you want help to be able to come out when needed to do things that needed to be done? i understand this may be a touchy subject, but we need to hear from you, you are the ones that give us hope. i would also love to know how your life is now, do you work, are you married, do you have kids, tell us all about yourself.
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