I’m ok. I can get them resolved, but I’m a mental mess while doing so. I try not to panic on the outside, but on the inside I’m a secret panic-er.
I am productive at the start of a problem and adrenaline keeps me going through the bulk of the resolution.
But afterwards I totally crash and pretty much fall apart for a couple of weeks
Work stuff is mostly ok as you’re dealing with a team who share the burden
Home stuff I find very hard
I just found out I am trapped in my flat unless I can raise £60,000…
You could buy a flat my size for that up north
I struggle with them, and often don’t deal with real life problems with much grace. But I do get through it, and come out the other side. As clumsy as it might be at the time
I am horrible at dealing with my emotions (sadness, anger)
@anon94176359 For the most part, I am the same.
It’s good you recognize that you get through it. That’s half the battle
Like what problems?
I can often flip over into a sort of emotionally detached mode and pragmatically go about solving problems in an efficient manner that is for the good of everyone involved or the common good. But sometimes I freak out and need help. It’s really anybody’s guess.
I see people get overwhelmed sometimes and need help but I don’t think that’s ever happened to me. I hope it never does.
I can get sick, though, if things become too difficult.
Good for you, that’s the best we can do. I wish I had Mastered it a bit more like yourself @leafy
I can’t deal with real life problems.
I handle them ok not great. I am easily rattled with anxiety over some situations.
IDK. Somehow. some way, things get done. I’m a terrible procrastinator though. I put off doing things for way too long.
Thats proper good.
That’s how much I need to move
Wow, that’s heavy. How much is that in American dollars? Just curious
I can’t do or solve most things my Mom handles it for me
I try my hardest to not have any problems, but it’s inevitable to have some problems. Sometimes I can deal with it, sometimes my folks take care of it. Depends on the situation.
Money management: above average. The rest? Adaptive functioning significantly < than IQ. That’s common for those on the autism spectrum, but not applicable to all on the spectrum.