I have only just seen this site, but am so sorry that no one has replied to your post. It is clearly heartfelt and honest and you are reaching out: I feel what you are saying. I don’t live in your area (but bizarrely have recently been looking for a place maybe to buy in Florida). You will probably not log back in; I don’t think I would, but I hope you do if even to know that someone answered. I am (a woman) about your age, originally from the U.S, but currently living in England, and although I don’t have a formal diagnosis, there is no doubt that I am also an Aspie – we are often very misunderstood creatures, are we not? It’s been about a decade since I discovered the reasons for my clear difference from others since childhood, and I have been alone for a number of years now: I always say it will always be that way and resign myself to it, but lately I have thought also about the warmth of human contact that I love but feel destined to stay as I am. I also don’t trust myself in most situations and hence isolate myself from most of them, even though I personally have become ridiculously docile in the presence of others. I actually think it absurd that we try to morph our behaviors to more closely match those of the others around us when often we find those behaviors not to be the most ideal ones, so I have recently thought that it would be good to be around others that think more similarly to me, but I can’t find them. I hope that you have found support and interaction.
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