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... oddly enough, i got the most incouragment for this resolution from a manga/anime series called "death note" im not really a fan of the series, i find it to be a bit tedious and morbid. ive only bothered to watch episodes 6 through 13 (where L. made his big appearances) BUT L., one of the two main characters, has Aspergers <3 they dont say it strait out, its considered... (1 replies)
... LOL!! I can't help you with the penis problem...sorry!! But my almost 7yr old w/ Aspergers just loves to pick his nose and doesn't care where we are or who sees him!! He is also notorious for repeating everything he hears and telling all kinds of great things to people. He has come out with some doozies!! :rolleyes: (11 replies)
Really weird!!!!
May 24, 2006
... OK, I'm a little freaked out about this. I noticed what looked like a filling in Harry's tooth a couple of weeks ago but he hasn't had a filling so I thought it couldn't be. My sister had a look and said perhaps it's a decayed tooth, so I took him to the dentist yesterday and it is a filling!!! Harry has only been to one dentist in all of his 6 years and they have no... (2 replies)

... Excuse what I know will be the length of this in advance. I need people to talk to who will understand. Hopefully. My son got sick when he was 15 months old after receiving a vaccine and lost the small vocabulary he had. He started banging his head, throwing abnormal tantrums, self injuring. We got him help--he started receiving occupational therapy, speech therapy,... (5 replies)
... I think the man I’ve been trying to relate to for the past several years may be on the autism spectrum. I might have been surer if he’d had an engineering, math or computer background, where I’m used to finding my “Little Professor” colleagues. He’s terribly intelligent, but his subjects were very verbal. He spent years studying philosophy. And he’s got a rotten... (0 replies)
... That's a very good message, you've had to overcome a lot of bad training. I haven't had the baby-talk happen, nor has my grown son as far as I know. In fact, I talked to him as if he was a grown-up from the time he could talk. No baby-talk, and always assuming he had a little more understanding than he really did. He has thanked me for that several times. However,... (6 replies)
... I have a 5 year old son that was deemed "developmentally delayed" at 3 1/2 years old. I went through the process of establishing an IEP, and he then started receiving OT for Sensory Integration Dysfunction and speech therapy for Pragmatic Language Delay. 2 different pediatricians have since said they believe he is on the spectrum, keeping in mind that it is a broad spectrum.... (4 replies)
... Hi, I'm 41 years old and have been diagnosed with Autism NOS. I was always weird too- only I called it being eccentric. I haven't had any counseling about the Autism; I'm still seeing a regular Psychiatrist and therapist (for depression, etc.). I also come from a dysfunctional family. I'm pleased to met you. (28 replies)
... I'm a 52 year old with Aspergers, also my 25 year old son has it. We were only diagnosed in 2005. Always had the aspie problems, always knew I was weird, without having any idea there was help available. I started counselling in 1988, but she never recognized my aspie problems, was too focused on the dysfunctional family part and my divorce problems. Once we discovered the... (28 replies)
... I am new to the Aspergers realm, my 9 yo son was diagnosed last year, but I always knew something was "different"; he also has a defiance thing, which is really hard to deal with. He is having a hard time at school, and I want him to fit in so badly. I never had a hard time with fitting in and always paid attention to the kids who didn’t and was extra nice to them and... (3 replies)
... and i tap my leg which also makes people nevrous, and i curl my toes inand out which is weird and sometiems if i sit on my feet and do it i hurt myself accidently ive poped my toes out of joint before. ... (2 replies)
... everything i touch definitly has to do with art, usualy i dont conciously notice im touching it, or if i do i dontthink its weird until someone asks me "what are you doing? ... (11 replies)
... once i was in detention at school, and teh chair next to me had a big blotch of gunk on it, and i started scrapeing it off and everyone said "eww! your so weird and gross! why are you clenaing that? ... (12 replies)
Could it be???
Oct 1, 2006
... i have never went to a doc, but recently more stuff has come out, and i feel like something isnt right. im a bit confused about autism, there seems to be so many variations from severe to mild,some people can just show so different unstereotypical symtoms-which makes me wonder about me. ill start with me as a child. in school i was quiet,shy, i dont remember thinking much,... (3 replies)
... now i still feel weird and different and it is noticable. ... (8 replies)
... My son is in 5th grade public, mainstream class and Aspergers dx. He is doing math work now that even I do not know how to do now thats bad. To tell my child that I cannot help him or explain a problem how to do it. ... (5 replies)
... was daignoised with ADHD when he was 5 years old. Then when he was 9 he was diagnoised with Autism. Well about 2 months ago they said it was Autism after all but Aspergers syndrom. Its weird. ... (11 replies)
... in reading about the autism i discovered aspergers. The scary part for me was that in reading about it I realized that all of the symptoms fit me to a tee. The weird part is, I'm aware of them. ... (34 replies)
... Thank you again for showing me the Aspergers site,I've taken a look at it and it's given me quite alot.. ... (15 replies)
... completely, he just did nothing for months then when he did make noises he just screached. He started developing various weird movements, spastic like in nature. ... (39 replies)


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