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I'm naturally anti-social. That's a good way to start out. I've always noticed it. A general dislike of other people, anaylizing them up in a minute and shuting them out. I don't want interaction with others, and other people don't seem to understand. I'm constantly bored, waning through phases of intrest, as I call them. One week I'll be completely obsessed and focused on something, the next I'm bored of life and mindlessly trying to find something to fill up that gap again. Coming with my dislike of people is the dislike of a relationship..........
There is nothing wrong with you cloudi, and i suspect you asked the question after someone asked what was wrong with you.
I don't think any of us are qualified to say any such thing, which is why Make It A Lady (Sharon?) suggested he should see somebody for a more appropriate diagnosis.
It is not appropriate for us to suggest that someone who is worried about their condition not to seek professional advice
suggest that we can give such assurances with the certainty that he should not be seeking further advice from someone better qualified than us, would seem to me to be irresponsible of us.
QuoteIt is not appropriate for us to suggest that someone who is worried about their condition not to seek professional adviceAgain, please highlight that passage in my reply. What i was asking and suggesting is if the OP thought he had a problem, or if others had suggested that he did.
There is nothing wrong with you cloudi
Slow down and read what Cloudi wrote. He is a She as she talks about her Periods and some of the problems coinciding with them. If she seeks help a contraceptive that stops her periods may be all she needs. She may have a terrible hormone imbalance. WE DON'T KNOW so professional help IS required.The autistic bit is more commonly found in men because it is due to an extremely masculine brain. Women can have it though. I'm very interested in the masculine and feminine brain. You can find out which type you have by measuring your ring and index fingers. Can't remember which one has to be bigger in order to mean you have a male brain or visa-versa.
2D:4D is sexually dimorphic: in men, the second digit tends to be shorter than the fourth, and in females the second tends to be the same size or slightly longer than the fourth. Some would prefer to say that this trait is 'sexually differentiated' rather than 'sexually dimorphic' in recognition of the fact that the effect size is fairly small (2D:4D distributions of the two sexes overlap to a great degree), especially as compared to other sexually dimorphic traits such as height.