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4-13-2010 @ 7:15PM
I have aspergers as well, and have struggled in school, socially and academically the whole way. after being begged to play wow by a friend i got close with my guild and raid regularly now as one of the top dps or tanks (arms/fury warrior, blood tank/dps dk).wow gives me a reason to push my skills and try my best and my reward is people looking up to me for my experience or knowing i can get the job done.I currently work as IT support at an autism clinic that i go to groups at, so i get to make a little bit of a difference for us :)as for wow being addicting i think it could be the case for me, but i dont have any local friends and i dont leave the house but for work, so not sure what i would do otherwise.
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