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Life with Aspergers · 4W ago

Finding Solitude in Crowds - Asperger's and Alone-Time

People with Asperger’s syndrome need “alone-time". It's critical to their continued functi...
Life with Aspergers · 1M ago

Negative Emotions are Transferable - Avoid them and Protect Yourselves

One of the more interesting realisations I've reached in the last couple of years is that ...
Life with Aspergers · 1M ago

Book Review: Aspertools by Harold Reitman M.D.

Aspertools: The Practical Guide for Understanding and Embracing Asperger’s, Autism Spectrum Disorders and Ñeurodiversityby Harold Reitman M.D. with Pati Fizzano and Rebecca Reitman2017 Souvenir Press Ltd Aspertools is an unusual book, coming out, pro...
Life with Aspergers · 2M ago

Book Review: Joel Suzuki Volume 3: Legend of the Loudstone by Brian Tashima

Joel Suzuki Volume 3: Legend of the Loudstone by Brian TashimaIn recent years, it has become more common to add characters with autism to mainstream stories. It's partially about inclusion but it's also the fact that people on the spectrum tend to ma...
Life with Aspergers · 2M ago

Introversion and Asperger's Syndrome

Not all people with Asperger's syndrome are introverted, in fact there are many flamboyant...
Life with Aspergers · 3M ago

Doing better than Light it Up Blue

The month of April is “Light it up blue for autism” month. It's the month where we we embr...
Life with Aspergers · 3M ago

Asperger's Syndrome, Diagnosis and the Genetic Link

I was recently asked about my diagnosis and about the whole genetic link in Asperger's Syn...
Life with Aspergers · 3M ago

Movie Review: Asperger's Are Us (2016)

Asperger's Are Us (2016)Running Time: 82 minutesDirected by Alex LehmanStarring: Noah Britton, Ethan Finlan, Jack Hanke, New Michael IngemiAsperger's Are Us is an independent documentary about the "last show" of a comedy troupe comprised of four indi...
Life with Aspergers · 4M ago

Understanding the "unusual gait" part of asperger's syndrome

One of the more bizarre questions on the Asperger's diagnostic forms concepts whether the person has an “unusual gait”. I remember reading that and thinking that I certainly didn't fit the profile in that instance.I think that the first image that po...
Life with Aspergers · 4M ago

Sometimes Autism and/or Aspergers is very Detectable

Throughout my life, I've had people reacting to me in a fairly protective manner.If I was a different type of person, I'd probably find it quite patronising but in my case, I don't mind it a...