The chapter describes the report noted by the phycologist evaluating the author. This chapter provides information on the reasons of openness. It also describes author's own little pixel on the colour wheel of the autistic spectrum. Autistic children are recognised in research as being “less accepted by peers and hav[ing] fewer reciprocal friendships”. The report documents the author as someone whose emotional processing works differently to the expected norm. The author has always been able to explain away the social mismatch between themselves and their peers. The report suggests that the author may have found close relationships harder to master than friendships because of a lack of study materials. It also documents the author's ongoing social communication differences. The report observes that when something captures the author's interest, the author tends “to explore exhaustively” and devote to it “with an unusual intensity”. Finally, the report ends with advice and offers of counselling and access to therapies.