I've lived most of my life struggling more than others to accomplish the same things they do, and having to give up on certain things that I'm absolutely incapable of doing. I'm better at some few things, like using reality to come to reality-based conclusions instead of emotions and "it's always been that way", but that's not really very marketable or appreciated, even if I can prove efficiency increase or other benefits (and zero negatives to doing whatever that way).
Lately some of the... quirks? have gotten worse, and I decided to find out if there was something I could do about them.
Not really much.
I guess my question is, does this affect me in the hiring process or in jobs at all? Is having something ADA viable really a good protection from the kinds of situations that usually wind up with me being fired for not being friendly or nice or responsive or team-oriented? It's not like I'm useless, I just am really only able to do my work when it's me. Alone. Given (specific) operational parameters and goals.
Fuck. Non-specific operational parameters have gotten me fired since I take the words literally, but am somehow supposed to intuit or divine some deeper meaning.
Sorry for the rambling. I'm having to re-assess a lot of my memories and ideas with this newfound knowledge, so I'm not really very coherent.
Thanks in advance for any response!