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4-13-2010 @ 6:22PM
Another aspie, and I agree with Doctor Adorah. We're perfectly capable of functioning normally in society. We're as smart and as capable as any other individual. Sometimes people like the kid in the article have additional complications. But having Asperger alone is not a reason for singling someone out as different or abnormal. So please stop labelling us already. Asperger only *barely* belongs in the autism spectrum, and aside from the purely diagnostic reasons it goes there, the differences are a lot more important than the similarities.I sympathise with anyone who knows someone or is someone who has difficulties with being an aspie, but being an aspie is in and of itself NOT synonymous with having difficulties.
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