Asperger’s and Relationships

Are adults with Asperger’s syndrome more likely to feel and act aggressively than neurotypical people? If so, why? The first question is easy to answer – there is no evidence that people with Asperger’s are any more prone to aggressive … Read more

Asperger’s syndrome, now considered an Autism Spectrum Disorder, is characterized by varying degrees of social and communicative impairments along with restricted, repetitive patterns of behavior, interests, and activities. The communicative problems have to do with using language according to the … Read more

The fundamental disorder of (Asperger’s) individuals is the limitation of their social world. Social adaptation has to proceed via the intellect. In fact, they have to learn everything via the intellect. Hans Asperger Sally and Anne are playing together. Sally … Read more

Mr. B is a congenial, likable, conscientious, hard-working, middle-aged man, married and the father of two lively children. He serves on the board of a local non-profit, is often asked to speak at fundraising events, is the star of his … Read more

The simple answer to this question is, no. Asperger’s is not like heart disease or diabetes or similar physical conditions that can deteriorate over time. People are born with Asperger’s, and while the condition itself can change with time and … Read more

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