The Internet is filled with the constant chatter of a never ending quest to find the cure for autism. The most well known and popular theories claim that autism is caused by a chemical imbalance that leads to brain dysfunction. Others claim that the condition is completely genetic in nature. But asperger’s is a bit different.
Asperger’s is a condition that affects people who have the disorder. It can manifest itself in a number of ways, but the most common is as an inability to pay attention to what’s going on around you. Asperger’s is characterized by a strong desire to please others and an inability to deal with criticism. It often results in a loss of the ability to distinguish self from other.
Aspergers is not a label. It’s a disorder. And we can’t really be labeled with that. If you think about it, it’s not like cancer or Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s. It’s more like how people with learning disabilities are treated. They are labeled with a diagnosis. And then, they are often given an alternative to help them focus. But Aspergers is a condition, and we can’t really be labeled with a diagnosis.
And then, they are often given an alternative to help them focus. But Aspergers is a condition, and we cant really be labeled with a diagnosis.
We’re all Aspergers. We all have a different set of disabilities. And, like any other condition, if you suffer from a certain kind of a disability you should consider getting help. But, I think that the disability label is not as useful as you might think. We all have a set of disabilities, no matter how small they may be. And, I don’t think anyone has really thought of Aspergers as a condition.
I remember reading a story awhile back, where a man was diagnosed with Aspergers, but never received his services because he wasnt allowed to even make a request for help. The article went on to say that people with Aspergers have a lot of problems and have little to no insight into their problems, and thus, can’t really help themselves. I think that is a pretty harsh statement.
I can see Aspergers as a disorder, but it seems to me that there is a distinction between a disability and a condition. If you have Aspergers you are not the same as a person with Parkinson’s disease, for example. When it comes to disabilities, I think Aspergers is a condition that is mostly seen as an impairment, but as a person with Aspergers, you are more aware of your limitations and can apply a bit of self-awareness to it.
We don’t want to make it sound like Aspergers is just a condition, but it is not. We want to make it clear that with Aspergers in particular, there are many people who are not aware of their disorder and may end up hurting themselves or others. Aspergers is a disorder that can be diagnosed by assessing where and how much of your brain is “atrophied.
In short, Aspergers develops in adulthood when your brain stem is underdeveloped and your body is in fight-or-flight mode. This can lead to your being irritable, impatient, aggressive, and so on. The disorder is typically the result of a person’s inability to identify with a normal social situation. It can also develop as a side effect of a person’s having an IQ over 100. It can be a condition in children.
So what causes Asperger’s? Well, there are a few theories, but most of them agree that it’s often the result of a person’s inability to distinguish one’s feelings when those feelings are inappropriate.