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Aspergers Social Talkative
Asperger's is more: Although Asperger's involves social skills deficits (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asperger_syndrome#Social_interaction), that is only one aspect of the disorder (which in the new DSM is now placed on a continuum called Autistic Spectrum Disorder). Another key aspect is stereotyped and restricted patterns of behavior (see Wikipedia article above). A clinical psychologist can help differentiate. ...Read more
Asperger's syndrome is a developmental disorder affecting a person's ability to socialize and communicate effectively. Common symptoms include unusual nonverbal communication, not being sensitive of others' feelings, having difficulty understanding humor, and speaking ...Read more
Observe and imitate: Temple grandin described her observing of the world around her like being an anthropologist on mars. Choose people you respect and who are considered as appropriate. Try to understand their reactions to others and try to imitate in your own manner. Try to remain calm and natural and controlled. Be confident. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sort of: Both aspergers and social anxiety affect one's experience in social situations - however, one does not cause the other. Individuals with aspergers typically do not read social cues and have difficulty navigating social relationships from a reciprocal way - individuals with social anxiety understand the dynamics but fear of judgment and negative evaluation typically interfere with interactions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Our brain receives: And processes information through various parts of the brain, e.g., the speech center is in the left hemisphere and emotionality is in an area known as the libmic system. Verbal skills are highly developed in one part and recognition of nonverbal cues from face, tone of voice, etc. Are not as well developed, thus creating some social issues. Strengths and weakness vary for everyone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have asperger's, is it possible that my personality is extremely sensitive to social interactions even if people with as usually have social lacks?
Aspergers: I have worked with and treated several patients with aspergers. Depending on the severity of the disorder, there are a number of helpful interventions. Talking with a qualified psychologist can help you learn how to interact more effectively with others, learn to develop better interpersonal skills and live a more fulfilling life. Don't give up hope, seek treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
With tegretol my Asperger is less stronger but my thoughts are less deeper. What to choose, deep thoughts or a better social life, no drugs or drugs?
Work With Meds: There are a variety of medications that can help the various symptoms associated with asperger's. If there is something about tegretol you do not like, it will be worthwhile to discuss this with your doctor. It is possible that a similar medicine would be just as helpful without the difficulties you associate with tegretol. ...Read more
Can you tell me how could persons with asperger's have good verbal skills, and yet poor social skills?
Aspergers Syndrome: This name well not continue as a diagnostic entity. It will now follow under autism spectrum disorder. We refer to the symptoms in this case as "high functioning" autism. They can have extraordinary cognitive skills with social deficits. Relationships are difficult and social cues are often missed. With support and understanding people with this disorder can lead a good life. ...Read more
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