- We do not speak the same language, writes the woman behind the blog Aspergerinformator in a new post that is about being different; about standing out from the so-called "neurotypical" among us.

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Being a patient in a situation where other people have absolutely all the power to make decisions that can have a decisive impact on your life, that balance of power I think no one who has not really felt it on the body can imagine how it feels.

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The diagnosis of emotionally unstable personality disorder has been difficult to accept, writes the woman behind the blog Speak with words. I have avoided talking about the diagnosis, but today I felt ready for it.

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There is a lot of talk about what it is like to be a relative of a sick person. About what it's like to see someone you love so much disappear into illness. But what is not talked about is what it is like to know that you are creating relatives.

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In a new guest post, Nina writes about what has made her able to cope in everyday life despite a serious and long-term eating disorder. Here you read about 9 things that she describes as crucial to getting better.

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Schizoid personality disorder is characterized by the person being socially withdrawn, showing little emotion, and preferring imagination and solitary activities. It is not often that we hear personal stories about living with schizoid personality disorder. But Emilie has just this disorder.

We put on our glasses. The autism glasses make it easier for us to see the world as it looks to you. Sometimes mom forgets to put on the glasses.

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In the first episode of the documentary series Sinnssykt (i.e., Insane) which airs on NRK Nett-tv, we met Espen who has OCD - or in Norwegian: obsessive-compulsive disorder. We get to see up close how coercion rules life, and his struggle to master everyday life.

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