Asperger Syndrome Support Group

Asperger syndrome - also referred to as Asperger's syndrome, Asperger's, Aspergers or just AS - is one of five neurobiological pervasive developmental disorders (PDD), and is characterized by deficiencies in social and communication skills, normal to above normal intelligence, and standard language development.

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  • BubblesEdd

    New member.

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    My counselor suggested that I should join a website support group for people with Asperger's Syndrome. I've been having a hard time since 2016 with events that has happened to me, being bullied on my senior year of high school. As a result, I have to go to counseling, and I haven't made friends in college, with the exception of one person, but I've known her from my yoga class. Has anyone ever...
  • Zack.aka.speedy

    Teen with Aspergers

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    I'm Zack, I'm 17 and ive traveled a lot and had many difficulties and experiences for someone my age and i turned my life around dramaticly in the last month or so. If anyone with Aspergers or a parent with a child who has it needs any advice or help feel free to ask me anything.
  • ArtistMom

    Adult son now estranged

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    I have a married 23 year old son who I am certain after years of being ground down (too many sad stories) is Aspbergers... I have not seen nor spoken to him in six months, and I fear he will never be back in our lives, as apparently we cause him anxiety. I would love a suggestion but I feel it's beyond hope
  • spark87

    New on here

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    I am hearing impaired, last professional diagnosed with ADHD. Unprofessionally, I don't just believe I have Aspergers. Ik because its the only thing that explains why i am exactly how i am. Few problems. I'm not good verbally socializing as far my speech and hearing goes, even though Ik exactly what I want to say I just not great at it verbally. I am nothing as I appear to people and its...
  • Landry86

    My boyfriend has AS

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    Hi! New to the group! My boyfriend has a mild case of AS (for which he has been professionally diagnosed). Although I would consider our relationship exceptionally healthy, it does have its challenges at times when it comes to the disorder.  I've noticed for some reason that it's more relevant when he is tired or sick. He becomes very quiet and difficult to communicate with. I am unable to tell...
  • mlr0853

    New Here/Need your advice

    Hi, I'm a mother to an Aspie and trying so hard to help him navigate the world. He is 20, living in a large boarding home with 52 other residents who have many different types of challeges. At 19, he Had to leave home, I Hate what/why i had to have him leave, but it was not safe for me, he would not listen or follow the rules of the house. My Angel with Horn came to me late in life, 43, and has...
  • Jenniferswe

    New to group. Mom of Asperger's son

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    I have an 18 year old son with Asperger's.  He graduated from high school a few months ago.  He mostly like to play online video games or watch tv.  He has a quick temper and was a tantrum thrower when he was younger.  He says he's been planning on getting a job but has yet to go out looking.  I've gently mentioned this to him on occassion.  He gets defesive orl mad.I brought up the idea of...
  • Aelita

    I am officially autistic.

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    I posted here a couple months ago saying that I was going to be tested soon to see if I was on the spectrum. Well, that happened, and I just got my results a few days ago. As I suspected, I was diagnosed as having autism. This really doesn't come as a surprise to me. I suspected I was on the spectrum for years. My brother has autism, and from being around him and his friends all my life, I'd...
  • mlr0853

    Worried

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    my dear son and I have not spoken in almost 2 weeks. I don't know what he is up to, but even replying to e-mails has stopped. In our ever evolving relationship from parent/child to parent/young adult he still is so irresponsible to the point of nearly getting kickedout of his extended special ed. program because sleeping, playing computer games is more important..it's easier. So my question is...
  • MinFlorida

    Opps, I told them....

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    As an adult when I received my diagnosis (I was 42!) I don't usually tell people (new acquitences) that I am on the Autism Spectrum. Going through the MASSIVE UPHEAVAL that has been my life since 6 July of this year, I started back at college. I'm just taking 1 class (at $440 dollars for the class plus books & online access fees of over $100, that's all I can afford!) and it's a Pre-Algebra...
  • ShineHowl

    Do you ever feel like things don't affect you?

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    I'm not really sure how to explain what I'm trying to say, but something I noticed about myself is that I don't have favourites. I don't have a favourite food, I don't have a favourite movie, I don't have a favourite colour. I either like something, or I don't. I don't like something more than something else. Choosing between 2 things I like is impossible for me. I have a set answer for whenever...
  • MinFlorida

    I wonder if Social Security would tell me?

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    I wonder if Social Security would tell me how many jobs I have had?You see, I was diagnosed with Aspergers when I was 42.  42!  I had been seeing the same Psychiatrist for over a dozen years (I also have Major Depressive Disorder=MDD) for medication management & at one office appointment the good Dr. says "Mrs.___ you also have Aspergers Syndrome".I thought my MDD was because I couldn't hold...
  • mlr0853

    Insane site of resources for Autism,

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    https://www.autismspeaks.org/sitemapBased in U.S., but lots of information! A-ZLove it!Take care, ML
  • Aelita

    I am possibly on the autism spectrum

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    I recently found a therapist for my depression and possible anxiety, and I had my first session with her this past week, which I think went pretty well. She asked me a lot of questions, and at the end, she asked if I'd ever considered I may be on the autism spectrum. I have...a lot. I've suspected being autistic since I was like 10. My brother's autistic, and I've noticed a lot of his and his...
  • lovebug26

    Austism or aniexty?

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    Could I be austisic or is it just  social anxiety? What are some of the traits or experiences of someone who is?Specifically in class room setting or large groups I have many tick like behaviors. Picking my finger nails, messing with my hair, gritting teeth, holding my arms in different ways, biting my nails,ect.  I have difficulty breathing almost like asthma but I don't have asthma. When I...