aspergerssurvivalguide.com Those wіtһ Asperger’s syndrome οftеח struggle wіtһ anxiety аחԁ depression. Tһіѕ video ехрƖаіחѕ tһе reasons fοr tһіѕ аחԁ profiles both causes аחԁ avenues tο relieve tһеѕе negative effects οf Asperger’s syndrome.

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16 Responses to “Asperger’s – Struggling with Anxiety and Depression”
  1. RightfullyReticent says:

    I’m in this boat right now as well. Definitely suicidal. Definitely depressed. Definitely anxious.

    I have friends, but none of mine live near me, so I can’t see them face to face. I can talk with them online – and I do – but there isn’t anything they can do to help.

    My parents don’t care, either. I’m basically pretty much alone.

  2. pianoamateur185240 says:

    I am 20 years old, and I was diagnosed with Aspergers. I feel so alone and isolated right now, when I get depressed I tend to sabotage myself. I’m having thoughts of suicide and it is hard to breathe

  3. SquishyCandyftw says:

    I don’t think I have aspergers, but I have huge anxiety and depression and I can’t make friends to save my life

  4. Laturisen says:

    @Juelz906
    I know how you feel… I also have AS :)

    *hug*

    Talk with someone about your problems/thoughts

  5. Juelz906 says:

    i jus found out i have Aspergers a few weeks ago. im 15, and been walking around for years jus wondering whats wrong with me. lately i jus been feeling like crap. suicide thoughts keeps running through my mind

  6. landovida says:

    @Nickolaz19 Interesting. I am 20 years old and in college. It has been extremely difficult for me because nothing has come out right. I’m studying political science and i hate it. I love studying and reading about viruses. I just don’t drink. I don’t have a GF either. It all right. Time will tell

  7. Tashadragon says:

    Leave the alcohol hun, it wont help you. Just keep trying, and concentrate on being happy. There are so many things that you CAN do. It’ll be hard, but if you battle it ot im sure you’ll find everything you want. :)

  8. Mommagrizz says:

    @TheCoolestKid15 You just showed your absolute ignorance and lack of empathy. I feel sorry for you, especially if some day you are faced with some kind of struggle. I hope no one mocks your despair and pain, I really do.

  9. 007bcom says:

    No. Please don’t do that!

  10. Nickolaz19 says:

    I have asperger’s syndrome got diagnosed when i was 9 and im 20 years old never had a girlfriend becuz of dis disorder should i kill myself. so now im drinking alcohol to escape my problems. i just want a girlfriend really bad.

  11. DanMia19961 says:

    I have Asperger’s Syndrome and I’m 13. I have lots of anxiety and depression.

  12. rhondawebb1 says:

    how do i get a news letter on as i believe my son has this

  13. 3Mcflyfan says:

    Thank you I have AS and these videos are helping me understand it more.

    Thanks for this video.

  14. ashanna91 says:

    excellent video!

  15. plumbermom1 says:

    I am just learning of Asperger’s and it is like reading my son’s biography! Wish I had known these things 23 yrs ago! My son probably could have had a happier childhood w/ less struggle and more confidence in himself. We are working towards that goal now. Baby steps! The newsletters I have been receiving via e-mail are wonderfully informative! Thanks for all your help in helping me to help my son.

  16. 27iamme27 says:

    Thank you! I am learning so much from your newsletters. My son has FINALLY been diagnosed with Asperger’s. He is 11 years old and has just started middle school. With your information, I am able to explain his ways to his teachers as well. Thank you for your time and dedication.

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