There is a ten-year-old test on Wired everyone on the Internet loves that was designed by a specialist, but a lot of his ideas have been discredited or at least become more controversial in the years since that test was made.
I would just see a psychiatrist and talk to him/her like you would talk to a counselor. You could specifically mention that you think you might have Aspergers, and some of the reasons why.
The other thing with Aspergers syndrome and autism in general is that they're in the middle of a re-branding, so to speak (in that Aspergers is being folded into "autism spectrum disorder" in the DSM-V) so some of the criteria could also change.
so uh anyone remember the x-men cartoon?
and how every time bishop would show up, he'd have some crazy harmonica solo play?
I want that every time I walk into a room
and any other fans of mad men in here? it's a pretty good show, a lot more humor in it than I thought
Um, I'm still here, and as you know, I'm a Mad Men super-fan.
We need to infect Bulbagarden with Mad Men love, just like Duck infected Sterling Cooper on the show.
It'll be easier come April 7 when SEASON SIX STARTS! *fangirl squee*
oh I know you're here
I KNOW VERY WELL :coolface:
but yeah I think when april rolls around it'll be even easier, and then the masses will swarm in
I was just reminiscing on my Madoka obsession from this past summer.
I'm never gonna get this reading done or this composing done that I'm also supposed to do, fuck me.
that last line is way too open
if I were a lesser man I'd say GLADLY and cheese from ear to ear
thankfully I am a high caliber d00d
so uh the first 120 some odd issues of spider-man could be read as a single story if you think about it. You get to see Peter Parker GROW into a man, and go from a boy who calls himself a man to the real deal
gains friends/enemies and navigates puberty/high school while fighting evil. I love these essentials
next, essential godzilla