Each Aspie have their own special interest(s), typically focused on the mechanical (how things work) as opposed to the psychological (how people work) due to their . May 26, 2012 · The Hidden Autistics - Asperger's in Adults Remember that this blog focuses on the needs of adult on the spectrum. I wonder if there might be a way for you to talk with your children about both ways of communicating, one being more natural and one being more typical. As a fellow Aspie and reading all of this information I think that Author: Cary Terra, M.A., LMFT.
Oct 08, 2018 · The following are criteria for Aspergers that have been excerpted from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV): QualitativeAuthor: Marie Hartwell-Walker, Ed.D. Being differently abled in this aspect of expression is often an implied negation of aspie ability to feel. More aspies than not feel a An adult who gets involved with a violent, abusive, or.
This is a series of posts that I've come to think of as my Asperger’s “origin story” or how I came to realize that I might be autistic and what happened in the wake of that realization. It's a mix of personal narrative with some advice based on what I learned from my experience. I strongly encourage. Aspie adults have rigid ideas of right and wrong and may become angry if these are not adhered to. How to Handle Aspie Adults’ Anger Issues. When dealing with anger and control in an adult Aspie, it is important to handle the issues in the best way possible. Depending on the circumstances, there are a number of ways to approach the problem:Author: Debbie Roome.