Hei, Hallo, Hello. A new womens world opens up to me.
I don't start with my history, it's way too long and I am not good in saying things shortened, for they are not true then anymore. :-) I am 32 years old, live in northern Germany and my situation as an Aspie is getting more and more hopeless on the working-side. I am having my last year at work now, after that, I don't think I will find something again, that I will manage the same. But I am looking forward to live on the countryside next year. I am moving all by myself and it's both, hope and fear. Anyways, I just read 'Aspergirls' and it leaded me here. Up here in Germany they don't have a clue about female Aspergers and their way to be, but the fact that they exist. It's very sad. But they also are not well informed aboit Aspergers in general. I already enjoyed some of the articles in here and am going to try to get more involved. I am on a german autism forum as well, but there are more male Aspergers to be found and I never felt fully comfortable, though they are not rude, they are nice indeed, but...ehhr, I think you know what I wanna say. It's not the girl-thing at least. Greetings, Ruuby.
Guten tag! Ich habe Deutch 4 jahren gelernt (in die Oberschule), aber ich errinnere mich nicht.