My Oldest son, now 13, is having a very difficult time as he enters teenageyrs, he was a very lovey baby till he turned one, then he bacame a very angry and moody child,I was concerned and took him to the Dr, who diagnosed him with Adjustment diplacement disorder , meaqning he had a hard time dealing with changes ect...... Now all these yrs later after many hard lessons learned and seeing how he stuggles now I am taking him back to a Psychologist to try to figure out what is going on with him, he has been through alot in his yrs, bieng a first time mom as I was back in 94' with nothing to compare him to, I assumed he would grow out of it as the Dr, said. He struggles with social scenes, friends, understanding facial cues, and innuendoes,is paranoid that people are making fun of him constantly and such. Is it possible he may have some sort of PDD or something? I keep getting told I am paranoid, and with two DX with Autism maybe I am, but is it possible, maybe, they just missed something with travis ????He is very bright has a high vocabulary, but sruggles so much with schedules changes, and is verry obsessive with things he likes, and I just need some input to let me know Im not bieng overly paranoid..... Are there others on the Spectrum who arent DX till later in life????Thanks for your time...
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