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... Excuse what I know will be the length of this in advance. I need people to talk to who will understand. Hopefully. ... (5 replies)
... I have Aspergers myself. I get obsessed with things, but don't beat myself up about it. It's just how I am. ... (8 replies)
... It can be difficult to determine how your childhood affects who you are now and who your true self has always been. I myself had a rough childhood. ... (1 replies)

What happened?
Aug 11, 2009
... d him that would set him into overload and he stopped mixing with them only playing on the outer ring and if they tried to join he got upset .but adults he would talk endlessly to about everything without taking a breath .in fact when they tried to stop his endless monologue he would be confused and cry. ... (6 replies)
... his self esteem is tested regularly, he has less resilience when it comes to dealing with criticism from others and that is something I was worried about when I talk to him about Aspergers, as an adult I understand all the things that you have pointed out but he sees things differently. ... (6 replies)
... Listed below are the symptoms of Aspergers as noted at the Mayo Clinic. My son exhibits EVERYONE of these symptoms. ... (13 replies)
Please help
Jul 14, 2005
... relationships,hitting,she does not seem to grasp the concept of sharing,she often horrible and talks cruely to children who are trying to be friends.she tends to talk at you rather than with you and will go off the subject you are trying to address with her and talk about something totally irrelevant to what you are saying. ... (2 replies)
... For anyone interested, I was self diagnosed with aspergers syndrome. ... (13 replies)
... house during the week or attention. He pretty much gets up early and goes outside to play, and doesnt come in until dark, with no supervision all day. He is very self reliant. ... (6 replies)
... reached. He started developing various weird movements, spastic like in nature. He is still being diagnosed, he has ataxia, myoclonic jeks, blepharospasm, cannot talk or walk properly, cannot chew, gags constantly and has some autistic behaviours. ... (39 replies)




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