I'm bipolar, my son has AS. One of my 3D friends is bipolar and has a son on the Autistic spectrum. Funny thing is, my wife and I have both noticed lately that my friend and I both seem to have AS symptoms without really being full-blown AS ourselves. It helps us to understand how our kids think, and how to help the "normies" understand them. It has me wondering, though. Are there some of us who are not full blown AS but have some kind of genetic tendency that causes us to have AS kids and some mild symptoms ourselves? Am I making any sense?
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