If I have a child with Aspergers, does that mean that me or my husband "have" to have it too? It took me a long, long time to try to accept my daughter for who she is, not who I want her to be. I am just starting the acceptance phase and fear that I may have already given her the impression that she is broken as opposed to different. My main priority right now is repairing my relationship with her. Along the way, I keep looking for someone to blame. Do I have it, does he have it, does his father have it? We joke that I'm obsessive compulsive and that my husband is anal retentive - so does that mean we gave her Aspergers? I just can't seem to understand it all. How do I know if one of us has it?
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