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      betterdays
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      That I have noticed while we were with him and. Now we’re out is that people got kind of funny wwith me and kids. We still are isolated and the odd person who we did know stopped bothering with me and kids because he drove them away. It hurts so much this isolation. I know a lot of autistic people but there not like my sons they seem all happy so it goes to show how the negative environment was the issue. We are here suffering and he’s lapping it up in the pub. I’ve stopped contact I only told him once he’s NEVER challenged me xx

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      KIP.
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      Good morning, yes I found the isolation hard at first and because of him I had lost social skills and felt vulnerable round new people. Given time Im getting better and starting to enjoy social events. Great news that you are sticking to no contact. Ignore his lack of reaction. Just stick to no contact and when he breaks it, deal with him then. Take baby steps. Maybe try doing something simple to start with to get your confidence back x

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