Why are some Aspergers afraid to enter into a relationship? – THE ANTI-SOCIAL

Why are some Aspergers afraid to enter into a relationship? – THE ANTI-SOCIAL

Photo: Reproduction / Fitness – Viva la Diferencia – TV Globo Why are some Aspergers afraid to enter into a loving relationship? Today we will talk about a subject that we have discussed here on other occasions, a subject that is a very delicate subject in the lives of many people who carry the Asperger, or even the TEA, as it is known today. It is never too much to remember that Asperger’s Syndrome today…

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Autism & Aspergers. What’s the difference?

Autism & Aspergers. What’s the difference?

What is  Asperger’s Syndrome? And autism spectrum disorder Autism affects individuals in different ways,butgeneral symptoms include impairments in speech or communication skills that are usually recognizable from an early age. The disorder can affect the individual’s motor skills as well, and those affected are usually less likely to make eye contact and may have a fixation on specific parts of objects. Individuals with autism sometimes lack interests in developing relationships with their peer as well,…

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The growing acceptance of autism in the workplace

The growing acceptance of autism in the workplace

CBS News We like to think that good work is always rewarded. But what if some people who could do good work can’t their foot in the door in the first place? That’s where recent hiring initiatives that look beyond unfair stereotypes come in, as Lee Cowan reports in our Cover Story: Twenty-seven-year-old Christopher Pauley thought he had it all figured out when it came to looking for a job. He had a detailed spreadsheet…

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Autism Child that needs help and understanding.Awareness for our Child’s sensory needs.

Autism help for Parents – information we should know By Cris Santos Proper diagnosis and treatment Early intervention is the key to give your children a proper treatments they deserved. All the help that a parents could get is very vital especially on their child’s condition, this page Autism help for Parents could basically give few information about autism and what to do next. Though evaluation process is the most confusing and complex one it…

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New Baltimore Kroger employee with autism quits job due to bullying

23-year-old says other employees bullied him during work By Mara MacDonald – Reporter, Derick Hutchinson NEW BALTIMORE, Mich. – Kroger is investigating after an employee with autism at the New Baltimore store said he was being bulled and quit his job. “The thing is, if you don’t have anything nice to say about someone, don’t say it,” Giovanni Trapani said. “Point blank.” Trapani, 23, said what happened to him at his job in New Baltimore went…

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21 Things a Woman Must Know: If She Loves a Man With Asperger’s Syndrome

21 Things a Woman Must Know: If She Loves a Man With Asperger’s Syndrome

Fnord wrote: There Will Be Loneliness – Example: He may have social withdrawal moments, and may simply want to do his own thing, more often than you would like. I always thought that each partner being able to do their own thing was a sign of a healthy relationship, whether there’s a partner on the spectrum or not. Quote: 1. There Will Probably be No Public Displays of Affection – Example: May be affectionate in…

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13 Things People with Asperger’s Syndrome Want You to Know

13 Things People with Asperger’s Syndrome Want You to Know

Holly Chavez,Ali and Alexandra Tolley An estimated 68 million people are known to have Asperger’s syndrome, which was more recently folded under the umbrella heading of Autism Spectrum Disorder in the U.S. However, numerous researchers believe that this number is actually probably much higher because many adults with this condition have never been diagnosed. If you know, or suspect, that someone in your life has Asperger’s, it is important to be aware that their lives…

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Asperger’s And Me – Thank you

Asperger’s And Me – Thank you

Thank you. The response has been both phenomenal and overwhelming. I wish I had the time to answer each and every tweet and posting but it’s Autumnwatch season so please accept this message as that personal reply. I think that if you have been afforded a voice, however small, then you should use it to instigate positive change. It’s not an option – it’s a duty, and to forfeit that duty, to keep life easy,…

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Chris Packham on living with Asperger’s: ‘I’ve spent 30 years on the telly trying my best to act normal’

Sarah Knapton, Science Editor 9 October 2017 • 12:01am Chris Packham, the BBC presenter and naturalist, has criticised the ‘charlatans and sharks’ trying to cure autism, claiming he would not have succeeded without the condition. Packham, 56, who has enjoyed a 30-year television career anchoring programmes including The Really Wild Show and Springwatch, was diagnosed with Asperger’s in his late 40s. In a candid new documentary, which will be broadcast next week, Packham allowed BBC…

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4 Clues You Are A Woman With Asperger’s

4 Clues You Are A Woman With Asperger’s

Ninety percent of Asperger diagnoses are for boys. Not because girls don’t have Asperger’s, but because it’s so much harder to identify in girls that they go largely undiagnosed. I didn’t know I have Asperger’s until my son was diagnosed. Asperger’s is a developmental disorder–often associated with Silicon Valley as the “Geek Syndrome“–that’s almost impossible to self-identify because central to the dysfunction is very poor social skills. But poor social skills means that you are missing…

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