About Me: Female, 27, Gold Canyon, AZ, member since Jun 2011
I am 22 years old and I am diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome, Auditory processing Disorder, ADHD and severe anxiety. My life is a huge struggle and sometimes I hate myself for the things I go through.
I am also self-diagnosed for Auditory Processing Disorder but I am sure that I have it. I was diagnosed with ADHD when I was in second grade and Asperger Syndrome around nine or ten. I was recently diagnosed with Severe Anxiety by my psychiatrist.
I love anime, as well as paranormal and also anime plushies. I love Kingdom Hearts and also Final Fantasy. I am have an even bigger love for music because it helps me a lot in public settings to block everyone out.
I have very odd interests as well. I am currently obsessed with looking up disorders and there are times when I can tell someone they have someone. I am no doctor but usually its a feeling that I have.
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