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4-13-2010 @ 4:50PM
Reading about this makes me feel very lucky... I'm 16 years old and I myself have Asperger Syndrome. Though my case is VERY moderate and almost entirely unnoticeable to someone that is not familiar with the disorder, when I was this kid's age I had similar problems: I was VERY antisocial and had very few friends, and though my IQ is incredibly high, I had a hard time learning because I didn't necessarily want to do things the way I was told to in a normal class. School was NOT an easy thing for me from the time that I was around 7-12. During that stage of my life, I was lucky enough to have caring parents, much like Thomas' mom, that put me in certain programs in my school that helped me with my problems. Learning became less of a chore and I stopped arguing with teachers AND my social skills have increased. Though I don't feel that WoW has really helped me with my disorder, I'm ecstatic that it has been such a great help to a kid that definitely deserves it. Oh and Thomas: I know how you must feel. =) Living with Asperger Syndrome is not an easy thing to do, but you have a loving mother and you'll do just fine.
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