Discussion in 'Mental Health Disorders' started by patrick22, Jun 28, 2009.
I've got that and 5 other things. I can't do anything.
With the newest methods you can still lead a meaningful life. I know it's horrible but we are here if you want to talk. Feel free to send me a private message.
I've know several people with Asperger's, and I've seen how they've struggled with it. It SUCKS. I know it can be hard. But I'm glad for the friendships and the experiences I've had with them. The Asperger's doesn't make you any less of a person.
I'm probably on the borderline of Asperger's. I can, if I so desire, interact relatively well with people, but there's no desire in most circumstances. (Schizoid personality disorder.) Luckily for me, I have absolutely no problem with living in my mind. Really, I bet some of the most prominent academics out there had Asperger's or something similar. Paul Erdos comes to mind.