One of the main problems linked with my autism, which causes extreme difficulty and is also really very frustrating for me, is being able to learn how to approach people correctly and then talk to them about something at the right time and in the right way. It's frustrating because i'm not able to see that the way i approach other people is not appropriate. I'm also not able to interrupt them without bringing up any conversations that sound irrelevant. I was thinking of getting help and being taught stuff like this, even though i'm not in secondary school anymore or in a special school anymore, and was wondering if i could start attending any special education and training centres that teach stuff like that.
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