@ajaj2000 Did you say you were an aspie in your introduction? Because there’s a possibility that I might be one myself.
I had a developmental delay when I was younger and the doctors said that it wasn’t caused by anything. I’m pretty sure that they misdiagnosed me. After doing some research, I found out that many doctors misdiagnose autistic females.
After many years of speech therapy, physical therapy, and occupation therapy, I still can’t skip, tie my shoes (or any other things you tie), or hold silverware correctly.
If my theory about misdiagnosis is correct, I certainly wouldn’t be very high on the spectrum. I function practically like a typical person nowadays. Although, I do have some sensory problems. I have to be very careful what my hands touch.
~a member of the great Meraki guild~