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10 reasons to embrace your Asperger's.

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RiRi

That was so great to read, thanks for posting. :)

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Totally true. I will bookmark this when I get back to my home computer.

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Kuribo [old account]

Great article. Two and nine don't apply to me at all, but the rest do.

Thanks for posting, people on the spectrum need as much positive affirmation as they can get. :)

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No Longer Here

Superb. Thanks for sharing :)

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M A R K

Great article. Two and nine don't apply to me at all, but the rest do.

 

#5 obviously does though :D

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RiRi

Great article. Two and nine don't apply to me at all, but the rest do.

Thanks for posting, people on the spectrum need as much positive affirmation as they can get. :)

I think that what #2 is trying to say is that we are truly experiencing ourselves as human beings, through all the range of emotions we have. Such as not every human has the emotions we experience. But that's just how I interpreted it. Otherwise, I would also say that #2 doesn't apply to me as well.

 

#5 obviously does though :D

I think #5 applies to many of us. :)

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M A R K

This whole blog is very very good actually. She's an aspie and a psychologist.

 

There is a post, on the front page, about her "findings". It is FULL of not just the AS symptoms but also the reasons for why you might behave and perceive the way you do. 

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RiRi

I hadn't realized who had written the article. I looked skimmed through her blog (am not very familiar with blogs). It seems like she might actually be a teacher. Her title/education level is M.Ed. Which stands for Masters of Education. I'll probably have to read more about her.

Thanks for that. I actually just looked at the article and nothing else, but it might be interesting to read what she has to say about Asperger's. That sounds interesting, the reasons why a person might behave and perceive the way they do. I'm always looking for those kind of answers, the why I act a certain way, etc.

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Nesf

I think that what #2 is trying to say is that we are truly experiencing ourselves as human beings, through all the range of emotions we have. Such as not every human has the emotions we experience. But that's just how I interpreted it. Otherwise, I would also say that #2 doesn't apply to me as well.

 

I think #5 applies to many of us. :)

I think #5 applies to me. I'm not sure about #1, I don't think I'm really that intelligent, and certainly not a genius, and as for #9, no, I'm not that good with humour.

 

This whole blog is very very good actually. She's an aspie and a psychologist.

 

There is a post, on the front page, about her "findings". It is FULL of not just the AS symptoms but also the reasons for why you might behave and perceive the way you do. 

Sounds interesting, I'll have a look at it in closer detail later.

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