Will I always have Asperger syndrome?

Probably yes. Depend on severity, you may remain high functional. Behavior modification can help you to overcome some of the difficulties in work and family situations.
Manageable. Asperger's is being dropped as a diagnosis among many mainstream physicians. The focused mind's a gift if wisely used. The real question is whether you can learn to do something that's harder for you than most other people -- read other folks, relate to them, interact more easily and naturally. This can be taught by today's methods -- and who wants a diagnosis of a mental illness?

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What are examples of symptoms of Asperger syndrome? How come so many people are calling themselves aspergers?

Delayed Development. Asperger syndrome (as) is a developmental disorder that is characterized by repetitive routines or rituals, peculiarities in speech and language, socially and emotionally inappropriate behavior, problems with non-verbal communication, clumsy and uncoordinated motor movements, and limited or inappropriate facial expressions. As a relatively new diagnosis, it is often over diagnosed. Read more...
Trendy. It's currently a trendy term that's come into public awareness. Increased awareness accounts for some of the seeming increased rate, also, for unknown reasons, the incidence of this disorder seems to be on the rise. Some symptoms are difficulty communicating and interacting with others, restricted obsessive interests, rigid thinking, being overly concrete, not. Read more...