I’m a 29 year old woman and I think that I’m autistic. I have to do things at a certain time, I feel that my wording gets jumbled up and then I get anxious, I find it really hard to make friends, I feel that I’m better off working/being on my own and I seem to be coming across as rude/blunt/not looking interested when I know full well that I am. Should I go to a GP and mention all this? As I’m starting to feel that this affecting myself and my work as I want to succeed in life and I don’t to lose my job as I love it!
At my wits end! : I’m a 29 year old woman and... - Autism Support
Yes you must go to your GP and discuss it don't be alone with it you will feel so much better talking about it
My son is in his 30s and is autistic he has been discriminated against as people don't understand or realise he has a condition
You don't have to feel like you do and feel you have to give up your job
I hope you will make an appointment today and start to get your happy life back and not worry
Take care and all the best x