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Why Do Aspergers People Cry Easily
This may help: We don't know the cause, and the only real treatment is to learn new behaviors. The cruelest thing about the syndrome is that the person is often a jerk without realizing it. This does not excuse bullying, but learning to be a diplomat can help. Aspies often excel at academics, and being humble, good-humored & helping others will help as well. Get a sport requiring little coordination & speech rx.
Social skills group: Will help you learn emotional cues and social habits that can make it easier to get a job, start there. Also, therapy can help with your fears. Be well
Intensely felt: Pain Intensity factors: stimuli (nociceptive qualities), alertness, meaning placed on pain, degree of general stress (stress = challenges> abilities.) Some with Autism Spectrum have less sensitivity to same stimuli however most do not. Clearly asperger's is a challenge: increased stress, when associated with worry over pain's meaning, insomnia, mood probs, pain may be terrible.
How long aspergers: Aspergers disorder is considered a life long condition. However, with learning social pragmatic skills and reduction of anxiety, individuals often seem more like those with non verbal learning disabilities as they get older. Key is to learn social pragmatics and how to control anxiety, either with cognitive behavioral training or with the help of medication.
OASIS;MAAP: Usually, patients, family and friends can benefit from the support, advice, education and guidance of established organizations and associations. Oasis;maap is an association worthy of use. Their website is http://www. Aspergersyndrome. Org, and they can be contacted at 12196621311.
Aspergers worry: An integral part of having aspergers disorder is a very high anxiety level and rigid approach to life. Excessive worrying can be a debilitating condition. Cognitive behavioral therapy and involvement with social pragmatics groups may help develop a more resilient approach to thinking.
Autism Spectrum D/O: You are being described by this comment, hopefully from a mental health professional, as having elements of what used to be called a pervasive developmental disorder or asperger's syndrome. This would imply interpersonal deficits accompanied by narrow obsessional interests. In the new dsm-v this is as an autism spectrum disorder. You might benefit from talking to a psychologist.
Others' guidance: Whatever Asperger's really is, it's a mix of strong assets (intellectual focus) and areas in which you'll have more difficulty than others. You'll have trouble reading body language, understanding others' feelings, learning to how to talk to others in ways that will be helpful to them and you. You may be unlikable without meaning to be. Get guidance from others, perhaps a specialist.
Psychiatric eval: Asperger's is a clinical diagnosis which depends on mostly history comprising of basically three areas: developmental delays including speech delays, social delays and stereotypic behavior (repetitive). There may be family and other developmental issues of interest. A thorough evaluation should be able to answer this question, talk to your pcp first, if needed a referral to a psychiatrist.See 1 more doctor answer
Yes, however,: If it is mild maybe it is some other diagnosis. One should get a consult with a local professional to decide on the diagnosis.See 1 more doctor answer
Supportive: No one can ever tell you how you should feel. At the end of the day your feelings are yours to feel. Try to be supportive if you can. I'm sure he would appreciate having you and counting on you.
Aspergers diagnosis: Here is a video on spectrum testing that I think will help you. Http://youtu. Be/g7ke5d_115e.See 1 more doctor answer
Simplistic: Nobody knows what asperger's is, but the behaviors that you'll see often trouble these kids. They are often jerks but don't realize it, and find the world baffling and often terrifying. Discipline won't help but guidance and explaining kindly may help. By contrast, the real "brat" is likely to be diagnosed with "oppositional-defiant disorder" & understand the impact of his/her behavior well.
No: What was formerly called Asperger's is now included in the mild end of the spectrum of autism. It is not a personality disorder, rather a different way of being that is in the spectrum primarily because the social difficulties (social tone deafness) experienced is out of proportion to otherwise normal to very high intelligence.See 1 more doctor answer
1st Parents and Doc: More is known about Asperger Syndrome today and more people, including educators, are familiar with this challenge. I would always recommend speaking with your family and physician to be sure you are aware what to expect. I think if everyone is in agreement, it is a good idea to communicate with teachers and school administrators who can be of great help to you in the school environment.
Yes: Just as aspies tend to have poor physical coordination, modulating the speed, tone and volume of the voice may be difficult. Things that are obvious to others are seldom obvious to the aspie; criticism will only hurt and guidance is often very helpful. This isn't something that junior can handle on his own and a short course of speech therapy may be very helpful.
Very different: With conduct disorders people often intentionally break rules and have delinquent behaviors. With aspergers they simply have quirky behavior and difficulty understanding social norms.
Aspergers: First take a look at this video to get an overview of asperger's. Then it will likely be clear. Main issues are social difficulties and trouble with change and transition. But it is all highly variable. Hope you enjoy the video. Http://www. Youtube. Com/watch? V=xg1ngp1ngds.
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