About Me: Male, 28, Lake City, FL, member since May 2013
My name is Alex I'm 23 and I have mild cerebral palsy. I think being a left handed Leo has to do with my perception on life. Aside from feeling everything is backwards I have some pride issues as well. even though having a disability I am known as the guy that isn't sat
[More]isfied unless others are. which has gained me lots loyal friends and some people that take my passive nature for weakness. I am a analytical introvert, so when someone thinks that I might be slow, I am actually listening to the conversation while visualizing about a completely different scenario "all the time" lol.
"My name is Alex and I have mild cerebral palsy. I am very introverted, though on the flip side I don't like to be alone. My conclusion for that is that I have a case of high functioning autism. I have never been diagnosed with autism but..."
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