greenturtle74’s Cartoon Guide to Asperger’s

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01 Jan 2017, 1:15 pm

That is fantastic. It really sums things up. I showed it to my wife to help her understand.



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06 Jan 2017, 9:09 am

Thank you! I'm new to knowing I'm ASD, and these describe it perfectly!



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13 Jan 2017, 2:57 pm

I had a brief understanding of A.S., but this really helps me put it into a visual perspective. I understand it better, so thank you for making this.



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24 Feb 2017, 11:11 pm

So creative!
I enjoyed it
Thank you keep doing more!


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10 Mar 2017, 4:37 am

:lol:

Nightsun wrote:
It's pretty cool, well done.



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14 Mar 2017, 9:49 am

HAHA!

These were great! Being married to an aspie and having a son who is one as well.. I can relate observing and conversing with them and I am sure when they see this, they can relate.



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15 Mar 2017, 11:00 pm

What a great guide! Thank you, Greenturtle74!



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18 Mar 2017, 1:19 am

I've started to give up on looking for advice on Asperger's online, as many web sites are from the USA where the diagnostic doesn't class Asperger's as different than autism, so I have to wade through articles on things I don't even have, such as meltdowns, non verbal children or low IQ, but can't find anybody to talk about unique Asperger's traints such as motor clumsiness. I've even started to doubt my diagnosis because I'm nothing like the autistic people they use as examples



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20 Mar 2017, 1:19 am

Ssmith25 wrote:
I've started to give up on looking for advice on Asperger's online, as many web sites are from the USA where the diagnostic doesn't class Asperger's as different than autism, so I have to wade through articles on things I don't even have, such as meltdowns, non verbal children or low IQ, but can't find anybody to talk about unique Asperger's traints such as motor clumsiness. I've even started to doubt my diagnosis because I'm nothing like the autistic people they use as examples


I agree, I feel like lines are blurred



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03 Jun 2017, 7:37 pm

Love it, thanks for the laugh!


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15 Aug 2017, 1:14 am

This is me!! !! !!



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15 Aug 2017, 1:17 am

I'm very clumsy as well, just part of the aspie pkge



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30 Aug 2017, 3:17 pm

The pics in the OP are on a PhotoBucket account, and if someone, here, can only get that alert, that says something about "Please Update Your Account", instead of the pictures, you can go here, and scroll-down, to where it says: "Sunday, November 29, 2009", on the left-hand side, to see the pics that are in the OP (it also has the same words that are in the OP).










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30 Aug 2017, 5:58 pm

Hm, so free Photobucket finally kicked the bucket? Well, I won't be upgrading my account, but the images are on my website. Is there a way to update my original post?

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The pics in the OP are on a PhotoBucket account, and if someone, here, can only get that alert, that says something about "Please Update Your Account", instead of the pictures, you can go here, and scroll-down, to where it says: "Sunday, November 29, 2009", on the left-hand side, to see the pics that are in the OP (it also has the same words that are in the OP).



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31 Aug 2017, 9:19 am

greenturtle74 wrote:
Campin_Cat wrote:
The pics in the OP are on a PhotoBucket account, and if someone, here, can only get that alert, that says something about "Please Update Your Account", instead of the pictures, you can go here, and scroll-down, to where it says: "Sunday, November 29, 2009", on the left-hand side, to see the pics that are in the OP (it also has the same words that are in the OP).
Hm, so free Photobucket finally kicked the bucket? Well, I won't be upgrading my account, but the images are on my website. Is there a way to update my original post?

Yes!! I would suggest transferring all your OP images to imgur, and then asking the Mod, Booyakasha, to edit your OP, with the new image URL tags----she's very friendly / helpful; she was the one, who, when I asked her to, put that blurb in your OP.




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15 Sep 2017, 7:29 am

A funny and proactive approach to what what can be a quicksand way to live life.