32. What can someone do to make you smile, no matter what?
Smile at me.
33. What do the hip people think of you?
I'm considered to be OK by them.
34. What was the last gift you bought someone?
A nice bag.
35. What was your favorite class in high school?
Hmmm... the fifth. Lots of time to spend with lots of friends. Organising parties, long and interesting discussions, open idea to the future, lots of ballet performances,etc etc etc.
36. How many spouses would be about right?
37. What would you say was the most embarrassing moment of your life?
I don't want to dwell on that.
38. Have you ever donate money to charity?
Yep, haven't you seen the title of this blog?
This is a family friendly site, so some questions have been skipped.
41. Have you ever disowned one of your relatives?
No. not yet. :)
42. Would you think it's OK to cheat on someone if they've already cheated on you?
43. Did you ever consider becoming a teacher?
Yes. I have been teaching at university, both at psychology and the department of medicine/hospital. I loved it. I would be OK to start teaching again, if I could combine it with my present living circumstances, but either back at psychology or as a buddhism teacher.
44. Would you ever give a hitch-hiker a ride somewhere?
I don't think the bicycle would hold another person.
45. Would you ever try fasting for a whole week?
No way! Diabetes is a bad combination.
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I'm very honest about my experiences with autism, because only that way I can show how much of a struggle daily life with autism can be.
A series of posts
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lack of concensus between disciplines
and the need for a formal diagnosis
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autism and (no) school.
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