I REALLY need to re-write this! I'm a 59-year-old woman. Intelligent... can't get out of my own way. Saliva tested... morning cortisol is 3. Just plain old long term stress. Endocrinologist just did extensive tests and the only thing he found is adrenal exhaustion. I
[More] could have told him that. My profile photo is by Cloudwindgate from his mind's eye (before I posted photos), titled "Searching". Thank you, Cloud, I am blessed.*** It's finally become impossible to deny that I have Asperger's. I didn't want to believe it, but the more I learn the more obvious it is. A relief to know that I am not the only one and to have a name for my lifelong torment, distressing to learn that there is no treatment and that attempts at treatment are not covered by insurance. Many of my posts were blocked from registering on my posts list, and my best posts are in user groups, so you've no hope of finding them.
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