During my time at college (including the special needs college that I went to), i had been studying this library book of mental and behaviour disorders, and have learnt that schizophrenic-type behaviours and syndromes are caused by particular autistic spectrum disorders, one of which i was diagnosed with. So its no wonder that so many people out there happen to mistake me for a lunatic as well as a schizophrenic. I also used to have a lot of behaviour problems when i was at school and college, such as talking to myself and shouting or screaming all the time whenever angry or confused. As far as i am concerned, i still have a lot of behaviour problems that i am struggling with, although i have managed to overcome a few, but still also struggle to ' understand and live in the real world' like everyone else. I hope to start searching for a lot of strategies to overcome the rest of my behaviour problems, and wonder if some other autistics have already managed to do so.
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