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  1. 35 minutes ago, Rose said:

    I'm autistic. As far as coping goes, I second what @Neb and @Deeath said. Knowing other autistic people definitely helps. My best friend is also autistic and I'm so grateful to have her. And focusing on things that you enjoy and help you relax is important. 

    Glad you have a friend! :) And yes, I agree that always finding a way to relax, or stimulate your senses (in a positive way) is always the best thing!

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  2. Greetings fellow traveller, welcome to the chaos and adventures of all weebs! 
    Enjoy your time here, and make some new friends and mingle a lil' bit, anyhoo! Enjoy your stay!

  3. 10 hours ago, sugar snowflake said:

    Good morning/night/evening minna! Happy to be a part of this forum, wishing you all love and joy 😊 Fave anime genres romance, slice of life, supernatural, should and etc 

    Currently watching : Duke Mansion 

    Ja Ne 🌸


    Welcome to the forums, fellow anime lover!
    Enjoy the chaos, and enjoy the fun! Glad to see more peeps showin' up! 
    Much love!

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  4. A typical anime to watch, but a very good one...in my opinion.

    JJBA (JoJo's Bizzare Adventure)

    This is a pretty well known anime, but, I decided to catch up on the parts, as of now, I'm on part 2...
    After this, I also wanna watch Slayers as I haven't watched that yet, and it being an older anime (My Fav kind of Anime), I decided I wanna take a look at it!

    To those who have watched it (Slayers), Is it worth the watch? :crazy:

  5. Hello! My friend, i have returned back to the forums - and am happy to see this thread.. 
    I have many ways to cope..but it's most ways to keep me from getting overstimulated, emotionally exhausted, or other things. 

    Here are some good ways to cope! In my opinion, my good dandy pal!

    • 1. Take the time to wind down, do something to relax the senses, as if you become overstimulated by community (such as people), sound, visuals...Do something of your choice that usually winds you down. Whether that be, writing, drawing, gaming, watching TV, listening to music of your choice, or my favourite - SLEEPING! In my opinion, rest and sleep is the best way to wind down, and to de-stimulate yourself.
    • 2. Do some self-care. With Autism, your mind functions differently, and we all have our own ways of self-care...whether that be showering, brushing our teeth, brushing or combing our hair, whatever! Do something that makes you feel relaxed and good!
    • 3. Occupy Your Mind. Do something to distract yourself from dissociation...I know with my form of autism, I struggle with dissociation, and I struggle with the 'stare' and it's quite embarrassing in public. So this is a good time to put some hobbies to use! Buy some cheap fidget toys online, or at a store, and fidget around - if needed, if you're alone in your bedroom or home, listen to a song and make up fake scenarios in your head! Do something fun, reliable, and safe to keep your mind occupied. 
    • 4. Talk to someone you trust. Whether it be a friend online, family member, even a pet - or stuffed animal...just talk! Get your mind and thoughts out! It's quite important to not build up everything inside...HELL - You can even talk to your pillow! If you don't feel like having any human interaction!
    • 5. Lastly, Take care of yourself - other than self-care, it's important to take care of yourself. @Otaku Gamer...I understand your situation, but hey, make yourself something small - a meal even, or drink some water, juice, soda, whatever! Do something to make your senses feel good...other than just pondering on what to do! 

    Here are some friendly reminders my friend...
    Life might not always go your way, but, you always have tomorrow, next week, next month, or next year! And being calm and steady is key...if these coping skills helped, please lmk! :) 

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  6. "If you have time to fantasize about a beautiful end, then just live beautifully 'til the end."
    - Gintoki Sakata

    "It lets me stand on my feet, it lets me walk forward without trembling. If I stop here, I feel like it would break... My soul will break."
    - Gintoki Sakata

    "I promise, I'll come back."
    - Akira Fudo

    "Demons exist, there could be one right next to you."
    - Ryo Asuka

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  8. Started playing "Tokyo Afterschool: Summoners" 
    It's a online visual novel, that is on mobile, but I played it on my friends phone - lol, it's awesome!

    I love it so much. 
    Also been playing "Osu" and "CS:GO" which have been awesome games to play on the computer.

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  9. So, uh, yeah - this is the thread where you can post your favourite songs! Upcoming songs, etc etc...
    Make sure these songs follow the guidelines! I know some vocaloid songs can get crazy, anyhoo! I'll start. 

    Let's start off with a classic. 

    Another one is 'Puzzle Heart' - by Mr Kitty, featuring Hatsune Miku! It's a mix of electronic synth + vocaloid when it comes to Hatsune's part! 
    It's quite a lovely song, and awesome to listen to. 

    And lastly...

    !!! Enjoy! Show off your favourite songs!

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