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Hello Guys and Girls! lol thats how I start all my videos on youtube. So let me introduce myself, my name is Jared but most call me Riley, I am teen with Aspergers (really? your posting on a forum about aspergers...) I play in the high school band at my school and help out with lots of stuff (IE games, homecoming, moving stuff, and more) Im also into computers, im the head Mac Admin at my east lab (aka tech lab). I do iPhone, Android, linux, and windows programming. I also do vlogs on youtube, So heres a fast video of me and the stuff I do! http://youtu.be/dk85trz1Dvs (A youtube video if you dont like reading or just want to see some of the stuff im talking about!) I try to help others as much as i can, if you ever need help or just need a friend to talk to, im here for you! I also have a loving girlfriend named Paige, she is also in a high school band. (a hour and a haft away...) We hope to one day move in with each other when we get older. thx you for taking the time to read this or see the video! Have a great day!!! and a greater week!!!
Has anyone ever had this? It's when a friend or relative (and NT one) doesn't really understand what Aspergers is and when you explain the basic issues - like struggling socially or not being able to motivate yourself or not being good with loud, busy places - they say something like 'Oh well we all struggle with that, don't worry about it!' and they kind of keep doing it. Even when you try and explain that whilst they may have a slight issue with X, Y or Z - we have like, earth shatteringly huge issues with X, Y or Z... It just trivializes our disability