Date: 2018-02-07 07:39
Peter Rowley from UK.
I have just started a new job as a parttime traffic marshal, i wear hi-viz uniform & direct traffic at sporting events & pop concerts. I have been told that we will be needed at the olympics in London 7567.
The adolescent years can be difficult for children with Aspergers, and middle school can be particularly challenging. Many adolescents have difficulty with socialization during the preteen and teen years, but for those diagnosed with AS, these issues are often magnified. While in elementary school, students usually had a predictable routine, with many of them staying in one classroom throughout the day except for physical education, art and music. Because children with autism usually thrive on routine, the elementary school years may go quite smoothly.
These questionnaires indicate whether a person has characteristics that match those of people with Asperger’s but that, in and of itself, doesn’t prove someone has or doesn’t have Asperger’s. The person filling out the questionnaire may be responding to the questions with the intention, conscious or not, of demonstrating that they don’t have, or for that matter they do have, Asperger’s. Often people answer these questions based on what they know about Asperger’s, they’ve read or been told about it, or what they imagine it is, and what they are indicating in their answers is not a accurate reflection of the characteristics they actually have.
People with ADHD typically have difficulty paying attention to what’s going on around them, they are easily distracted, they tend to do things without thinking about the results, they are often forgetful, have trouble finishing what they intended to do, are disorganized, jump from one activity to another, are restless and have poor social skills.
I would like to hear more about older teenage girls with aspergers, I have concerns about my daughter, who is aging out of school
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It is not going to change it will not get me lam now into 98 years of marriage and the past 7 knowing he is ASPIE. you can change he can not. Either leave or it s difficult. It is a brain disconnect and if he was your child you would find behaviour modification training or therapist for him or the two of you. Ask yourself do you want a lifetime of this. Or can you accept and change.
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While this may strike some as similar to Asperger’s people with SPD can interact with others normally, if they want to, and can get along with people. They don’t have the strong preference for logical patterns in things and people, an inability to read facial expressions or “blindness” to what is going on in other people’s minds that characterizes Asperger’s.
I would focus on Asperger strengths rather than dwell on the negatives. I would read Dale Carnegie - how to win friends and influence people. He provides a formula that is basic psychology, but highly effective.
Focus is an AS strength - find a subject and attack it. Start your own company, invent things, or use your brain capacity for good deeds.
I see AS like a video game. Some players are fast, and others are strong, but no one has booth.