I work well with adults who identify as: quirky/nerdy, highly-intelligent, introverted, highly-sensitive, or as having ADHD or Autism (or some combination of these).
People with these traits often share something: a sense of outsider-ship, of not quite belonging. Sometimes that's just fine, but sometimes it hurts, and can lead to loneliness, shame, isolation, depressions, self-loathing--all that fun stuff.
I, myself, have 3 or 4 of the above traits, AND was homeschooled on top of it, so my own sense of outsider-ship was crowned with awkward homeschooler social skills :) Learning how to find/choose groups I wanted to belong to, and how to feel like I belonged to them when I got there, has taken a lot of time and energy. If you think what I've learned (and am learning) can be helpful to you, we might be a good fit.
And, as always, we can talk about social skills, by which I mean "how to feel like you belong with the group you've decided to belong to."