My daughter was diagnosed with Aspergers syndrome when she was 12 years old, she never accepted this diagnosis & has not mentioned it since (she is now 19) She was having a tough time settling in at secondary school at the time but within a year or so after her diagnosis she settled in & there were some marked improvements. She is now on her way to leaving further education at the school she has attended since she was 11 & she has not mentioned any further plans. She is a beautiful intelligent girl & I so want her to succeed in life but now that she's an adult can not keep pushing her. If I talk to her about her plans she gets stressed out & will sometimes not talk for days. She doesn't have any friends & spends much of her time in her bedroom doing her own stuff, we were abroad recently & she was fine but has been pretty depressed since we came home & quieter than usual
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