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Thread: Do I have a right to be annoyed?

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    Re: Do I have a right to be annoyed?

    Glad that you are able to see things from your Mum's point of view and that you are communicating with her so that you know what's going on for a fact.

    Speaking as the mother of 2 adults with ASD it's so important not to jump to conclusions.

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    Re: Do I have a right to be annoyed?

    Quote Originally Posted by pulisa View Post
    Speaking as the mother of 2 adults with ASD it's so important not to jump to conclusions.
    It's very difficult not to. I do it in every day life too all the time.

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    Re: Do I have a right to be annoyed?

    You can train yourself not to. Before you leap in...pause...and consider that there may be other options? There are always other options which may be possible other than the one you have selected.

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