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For example,“I REALLY want to do this” can be sarcastic, like it's the last thing I want to do.Or, it can be emphasized as like it is something that I must do for my own pleasure. As a kid, I had language problems and writing problems — I would write backwards. Friendships are very difficult because I have trouble getting social cues, such as body language.
Then, the social behavior/language problems also can make it difficult.I was diagnosed around five years ago after a long time in therapy for stress, depression, and anxiety.Life changed a lot for me after diagnosis as it brought a lot of the problems in my life into focus, such as relationships, dedication to specific tasks, and why my thinking patterns were always different [from others].I also mistrust a lot of people as I have been bullied before.I would like to be more sociable, but it’s not always easy when you’re playing a game and you’re not aware of the rules of the game.I suffer from anxiety and depression, some of which can be brought on by pressure in social situations, such as loud music, bright lights in shops, crowds, and when I feel as though my personal space is invaded.
Language is always a problem in that I miss the nuances, intonations, and all the subtle clues that differentiate what someone says and what they actually mean.
In addition, those with Asperger’s Syndrome have difficulty with social cues and trouble making eye contact.
Andrew agreed to give a first-hand account of what it's like to be an adult with Asperger's Syndrome.
I always clean my apartment on set days, always in a set pattern.
Food must be organized in specific patterns in the freezer and fridge and labeled meticulously.
I use the Airplane [a 1980 comedy film] level of humor a lot as it was a way to interact without actually knowing the full rules and using humor as a key to enter the “social world.” Many times I was nearly hit by friends when they asked me “Cigarette?