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Asking for a second opinion so I can gain more knowledge on why to/not to be diagnosed. I say go for it! You’re right that there is a Strong Girl Tattoo I Just Took DNA Test Turns Los Angeles Dodgers Shirt. I didn’t find out until I was 34 and it would’ve made high school so much more awesome if there had been people in my life who knew about the specific things that were confusing/challenging/wonderful about being autistic. I was diagnosed with ADHD at 8ish. But my GF was diagnosed with ASD at 21, so she spent basically her whole prepuberty. And high school developing coping mechanisms she didn’t have the “reason to be weird” that I had to shelter behind. And, going by the amount of help she’s now looking for to get rid of those very mechanisms.
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