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do you have aspergers or autisum
aspergers 84%  84%  [ 32 ]
autisim 16%  16%  [ 6 ]
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29 Dec 2007, 1:01 am

at times it feels like i'm living in a dream world.


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29 Dec 2007, 8:22 am

tbhis is thriveing


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29 Dec 2007, 11:16 am

ya....


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29 Dec 2007, 1:57 pm

sartresue wrote:

Remembering what it was like to be 8 years old! :( I hope you will have better memories than I did :)



I don't!



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29 Dec 2007, 2:04 pm

Is there really a meaningful difference between Asperger's and autism?

OK, Asperger's people started to talk at the same age as NTs, and people labelled "autistic" didn't. So what? Two very similar people on the spectrum, having had different experiences in early life, could have reacted differently. Their experiences could have led one to talk at the "normal" age and the other to be delayed.



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29 Dec 2007, 2:16 pm

To me it means having a hard time adjusting to change, being able to socialize properly, being able to notice thing normal people can't, having a great love for animals,book obsession, being hard to understand, being unique, having a greater perspective on things.



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29 Dec 2007, 2:23 pm

smallholder wrote:
sartresue wrote:

Remembering what it was like to be 8 years old! :( I hope you will have better memories than I did :)



I don't!


im olny 8 lol


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29 Dec 2007, 3:16 pm

AussieBoy wrote:
777 wrote:
I have Asperger's, diagnosed at 16, 19 now.


I was diagnosed at 8!

same


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01 Jan 2008, 4:05 pm

Self-diagnosed aspie here, but I'm getting an official diagnosis hopefully in a couple of weeks. The waiting list here in the UK is absolutely dreadful.



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01 Jan 2008, 4:38 pm

it means that life sucks nomatter what



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02 Jan 2008, 12:53 pm

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Self-diagnosed aspie here, but I'm getting an official diagnosis hopefully in a couple of weeks. The waiting list here in the UK is absolutely dreadful.



Good luck to you! I live in the UK too and tried to get diagnosed. My file stayed with NHS bureaucrats for three years, and the matter didn't get anywhere. I was treated badly in the process too. In the end I gave up.



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02 Jan 2008, 1:55 pm

aspergers