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Aspergers Romantic Relationships
Depends on Severity: People with asperger's often become involved with romantic relationships, but this depends on how impaired they are in the area of social skills and relationships. Anyone who gets involved with a person with asperger's needs to be aware of their tendency towards quirky reactions along with a diminished awareness or regard for social cues. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sometimes: An individual with dysgraphia could also meet criteria for aspergers but there are many people who only have dysgraphia. It is not uncommon for patients with autism spectrum disorder to have trouble with handwriting and written expression. The writing may be immature and the written language less complex. Interventions will be similar and the struggle lifelong so early intervention is key. ...Read more
Getting comfortable: Alot of pt with aspergers are different and have different interest so found at platforms which share common interests, going to history groups, museums, computer gatherings, atypical games, alot of communities have created platforms for these GT groups who share aytipical and rare iterests r. ...Read more
Do I have bipolar ii? Was diagnosed with asperger's syndrome at age 13, now being told i absolutely don't have it. What's up? Can't concentrate, forgetful, overwhelmed easily, scattered, rage, panic attacks, flashbacks, mania, love/hate relationships, c
They say my adflne is caused by a genetic alteration and maybe there's a connection with asperger, since the tests prove I have the symptoms. Correct?
Unclear: I hadn't heard of or seen that before, so i googled those letters: adflne and didn't come up with anything. Sorry. It may be a genetic marker, of which there are many different ones. Maybe a medical geneticist would know? Also, there really is not much that can actually be done to change the genes we have. Have you read: asperger syndrome by tony attwood? I think it's excellent. Best wishes. ...Read more
Why do you ask?: Teens are often cruel to one another, and a peer who is "different" because of shyness, focus on academics or some other interest, uncoordinated, or lack of social skills -- as asperger kids are -- is going to be called "gay". Truth be told, both "high functioning autism" and "homosexuality" are a continuum with "normal", and wherever a person falls on either line is their personal gift. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes but...: A person with high functioning autistic spectrum disorders can feel romantic notions like any body eles but the level of emotional energy required to maintain a relationship can be exhausting for them and they have to work harder on their ability to continue to show emotions and communicate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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