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Aspergers Syndrome
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damonthegreat wrote:

pretty sure only little girls come onto a internet forum to name off there "mental issues" to look for some acceptance.

this is the problems with kids these days they all wear there problems like a badge of honor and cant wait to brag about it.


Riiiight. I wasn't bragging it about it. I'm curious about other people diagnosed with it. If you have a problem with my curiosity.....tough. Your problem, not mine. Remember that no empathy? Means something like....

I don't care you have a problem with me. Go deal with it by yourself. I'ma go be awesome.

Hey! Guess who has Aspergers! Yeaaaaaaah!

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Huh. Didn't even notice you were gone. Uh, I-I mean, I guess I was gone myself, due to my busy life.

Aspergers kinda runs in my family, but not in my parents or any of my siblings. Or at least anything I'm aware of. Hell, I could even have it. But that just may be a combination of anxiety and ADD.

I have an uncle, and a cousin who has it. They're absolutely the most intelligent people I know, but they just can't seem to put what they're thinking into words. But they don't care. I admire that about them.
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i work in the ambulance field, all the ***-burgers patients ive treated are usually childish people and there parents are too(being the rote of the problem)
its like ADHD its not truly a mental disorter its just brats being brats, this is whats causing these kinda post wwhere kids say all the stuff that they think is wrong with them that way the can have little pow wows to tell them that its not there faults


First off, I'm 20.

Second, I was diagnosed roughly two days ago. I am considered highly functioning, as I've worked to learn how to overcome the social obstacles, in a large part thanks to just watching people and mimicking them.

Third, I've not once used it as an excuse. My parents would beat me black and blue for stooping to that.

Fourth? Don't assume. Makes an ass out of you, not really me.

Fifth is cinco in Spanish! Can you say cinco?

Sixth is the sixth number.~

Seven is how many samurai there are.

Eight is like a right-standing infinity symbol.

Nine is soooooo silly.

Ten! I'm out of fingers now.
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It has long been suspected by several people very close to me that I have that syndrome, but I have as yet never been formally diagnosed. Having researched the syndrome with a moderate degree of depth I am led to believe their suspicions may be plausible, though I'm not completely convinced at this point.

And no, I will not go to be professionally evaluated. I have reasons not to which I'd rather not share, so suffice it to say that such a course is a non-starter. I'm fine with never knowing for certain whether I do in fact have that syndrome.
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I've worked to learn how to overcome the social obstacles, in a large part thanks to just watching people and mimicking them.



lol with this statement im out XD enjoy your pity party
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damonthegreat wrote:


Phersu wrote:


damonthegreat wrote:

pretty sure only little girls come onto a internet forum to name off there "mental issues" to look for some acceptance.

this is the problems with kids these days they all wear there problems like a badge of honor and cant wait to brag about it.


Riiiight. I wasn't bragging it about it. I'm curious about other people diagnosed with it. If you have a problem with my curiosity.....tough. Your problem, not mine. Remember that no empathy? Means something like....

I don't care you have a problem with me. Go deal with it by yourself. I'ma go be awesome.

Hey! Yolo! Guess who has Aspergers! Yeaaaaaaah!


i work in the ambulance field, all the ***-burgers patients ive treated are usually childish people and there parents are too(being the rote of the problem)
its like ADHD its not truly a mental disorter its just brats being brats, this is whats causing these kinda post wwhere kids say all the stuff that they think is wrong with them that way the can have little pow wows to tell them that its not there faults


Great, another post from ignorance.
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Was diagnosed recently. I wouldn't say I lack empathy, I just lack understanding when it comes to emotions.
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damonthegreat wrote:

lol with this statement im out XD enjoy your pity party


You're good at misunderstanding things. Maybe you are just undiagnosed Aspergers. I don't feel any pity for myself. If anything, it's good.
Posted 10/2/14
I don't have aspergers but I have depression, stress-related anxiety, sometimes panic attacks.
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Ok so this is more for damonthegreat.
Empathy is not the major indicator of Autism/Aspergers. It's just one of the many signs of the disorder. When I was diagnosed, which was at the ripe ol' age of 24, I was told I could empathize with people just not CORRECTLY. Also people with aspergers can show emotions just again to a varying degree and not always in the appropriate manner. Not everyone is the same.
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He's trolling, people.
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i wonder about this. pretty much miss out on social cues. family members die, and, its sad. but does not really bother me. you die, your dead. move on. i take most everything litteraly.

never been diagnosed, but the docs' dont really have a name for waht wrong with me yet.
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i wonder about this. pretty much miss out on social cues. family members die, and, its sad. but does not really bother me. you die, your dead. move on. i take most everything litteraly.

never been diagnosed, but the docs' dont really have a name for waht wrong with me yet.


The way I see it you should start out assuming there's nothing wrong with you at all, and honestly it sounds like the research is in too early a stage for you to conclude anything in concrete terms at this point.
Posted 10/2/14
I read something and always think I have something. So don't question me.
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