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Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and being an "Adult Baby"...#33

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Wednesday, October 16, 2013 - 9:00 PM -

Had made another 1 1/2 minute NERF toy gun movie of myself
in the back yard. I did upload it onto my
channel. As an Autistic, I must be some kind of a "sicko"
to like to play with NERF toy guns. I am trying so hard to
cheer myself up. Too much "bad news" in the outside world,
which is not doing my Unipolar Depression and Childhood
Abuse PTSD cognition much good. There are those who do
complain, that an Adult Baby like myself should "grow up",
but I can turn on the TV news and see plenty of grownups
who act like children, when they do not "get their way",
with regards to everything.

10:05 PM -

I guess I need to have my daily "Adult Baby Time", all
alone by myself in my own bedroom. I need to hug my dolly
friend, "Precious", because I am not feeling "safe and
loved" right now.

Thursday, October 17, 2013 - 10:35 AM -

"Alone by myself" as I always am. My younger non-disabled
brother is out away from home. Who knows when he will re-
turn home. I have of course performed my usual unvarying
routine of getting myself cleaned up, diapered, and dressed
for the day and bring downstairs my "dirt/wet diapers" to

I have checked my e-mail online and there are no messages
for me from any other Autistic contact I have.

Well, I should zap some more electronic copies of my job
resume to potential employers. Even though I am on SSDI,
my employment search has never ended, even after 12 years

11:50 AM -

Just as a "joke", I zapped my useful for toilet paper only"
employment resume to DEKA Research in Manchester, NH. Like
the last 1,500+ resumes I have sent out over the past 12
years, I will not receive any reply back. Since October of
2001, none of my inquiries into employment as an older
adult with Autism and Cerebral Palsy have been taken seriously
by any potential employer.


  1. giantguy99's Avatar
    well that looks unpleasant. what can i do to help? - the Adult Baby / Diaper Lover / Incontinence Support Community. is designed to be viewed in Firefox, with a resolution of at least 1280 x 1024.