When I was in Middle School and High School, members of my peers picked on, teased, and bullied me.
They were not attacking me, but rather attacking my disability, and were reacting to my actions. Had I been
diagnosed back then, and could explain my disability to them, things would have been different because
through explaining my disorder in terms they understood, this nonsense would have never ever
happened.

 

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