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So, it turns out i have aspburgers... :(

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(do excuse my grammar, i type really really really fast and my laptop is extremly fickle.) yep, got the results from my mum when she went to halifax to see my doctor, i have aspburgers, i dont know how bad it is, but i will be taking tests to find out soon. really ive had all the symptoms since i was a kid, but only this year have we been able to get the proper tests, for a while ive been researching the symptoms and ive suspected i had it, so i wasnt suprised when she told me, even though it is a mental illness, i dont mind, i meen, all the friends i have are nice and respect me regardless of my condition and having the extra intelligence is an advantage to me at least. the only problem i see is that i am very loud and have a tendancy to be very rude without me noticing. one this that saddens me is the fact that so many people use this illness as an excuse to be assholes online, and anyone like me who has it wont be taken seriously anymore. and i hate being treated special because it makes me feel like im not capable just becuase im autistic. i can live just like any other human being, its just they way i do it is differant. if any of you have aspburgers or autism in general, and even if you dont, feel free to relate. that is all for now.

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  1. Ghetsis-Dennis's Avatar
    The people who use autism as excuses are probably from sites where trolls dwell in such as youtube and 4chan, but their rude claims may have valid points.
  2. UnovaCastaway's Avatar
    I have AS too. It took me a while, but I'm starting to embrace myself as a quirky geek. There are resources out there in case you're having trouble or need somebody to talk to.
  3. ChinYao's Avatar
    Aspergers, my dear--with an e and no b ;) we are not tasty barbequed food.

    I found out when I was 16, and you will always be taken very serious--if not more serious now. Don't use it as a crutch, use it as an opportunity to teach and enlighten others. You may be on the high-functioning end of the spectrum (like myself), I can't see you being too far away from the high-end anyways. It's the lower-end of the spectrum that most people tend to associate with Asperger's which is why some of us high-functioning Aspergians/Aspies go unnoticed for a loooong time.

    In the meantime, I strongly suggest you check out John Elder Robison and his book "Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger's". Absolutely fabulous book--he wasn't even aware of his AS until he was well in his adulthood, most adults chalking his behavior up to delinquency and even trying to make him out to be a delinquent when he was young.
  4. Jabberwocky's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Hallowheart
    Aspergers, my dear--with an e and no b ;) we are not tasty barbequed food.
    News to me. Maybe I should quit covering myself in barbeque sauce...

    But yeah, I was diagnosed with AS in 2000, when I was around 5. I've had difficulty interacting socially all my life (although this has slowly gotten better), which is a sign of AS. I also tend to hyperfocus on certain things or ideas to the point of obsession, another symptom.

    My advice? Fully utilize any resources you can to help you succeed in life with AS. They've certainly helped me.
  5. PhilosophyPhlare's Avatar
    I hear there are lot of misdiagnoses don't be so sure until you get a brain scan
  6. 33Whimsicott33's Avatar
    Satoshi tajiri has asperger's syndrome.

    Grow up and make an awesome video game. :)
  7. 33Whimsicott33's Avatar
    Double post------
  8. Delta Uncle Edit's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by 33Whimsicott33
    Satoshi tajiri has asperger's syndrome.

    Grow up and make an awesome video game. :)
    Now that's living proof that autistic folks (like me) have a chance for greatness. Don't let your flaws stop you and put your abilities to great use!

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