Asperger’s Syndrome аחԁ Hοw It Affects Mе

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25 Responses to “Asperger’s Syndrome and How It Affects Me”
  1. agirlnamedamber says:

    Thank you so much for your video My son has Asperger’s and is 11.

  2. ooNurs3oo says:

    Hi there I watched your video and really appreciate you posting this!

  3. themindfuck says:

    thank you for sharing this, Abstractlogic21. I am curious about asperger’s.

  4. yourkie100 says:

    You are who you are and your beautiful. Great job Great speech! Beautiful inside and outside. You are the greaest.

  5. newborntwo says:

    i totally understand everything ur going through i need help i think i have alot of what u have i was diagnosed with anxiety but i have alot of problems interperting what other poeple are talking about i think get nervous and i cant speak i rub my face alot my legs shake bad and i use to have crazy thought please message me back and help me please

  6. soymiguelalejandro23 says:

    Thanks for sharing this video with us. We in the mental health community need to know that there are many different mental illness and we need to understand them so that we may better support each other, way to go Jeff.

  7. aleon1018 says:

    Now I’ve read they’ve dropped the name or diagnosis of aspergers to mild autism.

    I think you’ve already mentioned the symptom hypervigilance in schizoaffective?

    I have had issues with legs/ankles most of my life that might be related to lactic acid or acidosis. Look into additve, food and or protein senstivities etc. Gut flora etc.

  8. malcolm9001 says:

    any plans on improving urself to be social?

  9. 01stanbk says:

    thank you for sharing this vidio i also have aspergers and it was grate to hear what you had to say on how it effects you, it helped me feel not so alone :-)

  10. MikeAdupont says:

    I’m really glad you made this video and I think your a wonderful person! I myself pace and rock all the time. I rock in the rocking chair for at least 3 hours a day to deal with everything going through my head.

  11. Laturisen says:

    I have AS!

    *thumbs up*

  12. josecalvos says:

    Good video! Indeed you’re not alone in this. I’m an Aspeger myself and struggled with this throughout most of my life without even knowing it. It was not until my son who is an Asperger as well was born that I finally realized that I had it, and that all made sense.

  13. duscorp says:

    Jeff…my partner brought this video to my attention…2 peas of a very large pod…you are not alone and I commend you for reaching out in a way comfortable to you…while it could have been my partner saying (well, …everything)…know you are not alone and best wishes to you!

  14. MegF142857 says:

    Thanks for sharing. Good video.

  15. Kyokoct7137 says:

    Thank you for your video. Now I understand why my friend acts his way. I don’t think that he realizes he has asperger’s but I will let him know because he surely has it.

  16. Giblinono says:

    you sound like me.

  17. Amy2838 says:

    Thanks for sharing! I’m the same way about tags, and I refused to wear jeans until I was about 16 years old. (When I finally found the kind that fit without a gap in the back, or a big bulky seam in the friggin’ crotch!) Sometimes I turn my socks inside out so I don’t feel the seam. (So I guess I’m talking about myself too much, but I just wanted to say, you’re not alone, and thanks for sharing your video!)

  18. 8laneblacktop says:

    Well done – cool map by the way.

    I can’t stand clothing tags on my neck. They don’t just itch, they feel corrosive =/

  19. Agravain3 says:

    your speech is really smooth, i stutter a little and choke when people look me in the eye :(

  20. Midna says:

    I hate clothes and don;t believe in them!

  21. pegson123 says:

    wow well done

  22. Thanos700 says:

    hey man its good to see an aspie whose as well-spoken as you. I can totally relate with alot of what you said especially the pacing, its impossible for me to gather my thoughts without pacing.

  23. autisticaplanet says:

    …there are more and more of us being diagnosed later in life and a larger volume of people being diagnosed at very tender ages. Schools, job sites, hospitals, everyplace we go in the community if we are to survive in the NT world, how will we overcome those in power who choose to remain ignorant and oppress us? I’m thinking after the insurance and education laws that there will have to come ethics laws. There will have to be community outcry @ every level. I answered, but still want to hear u.

  24. autisticaplanet says:

    You spoke very well-off-hand unlike me who gets too anxious and must have a script or I lose focus. My biggest challenge is auditory stimuli. The sad thing is that you and I and others on the spectrum are able to put out there in fairly concise and easy to understand terms regarding what ASDs are, but even the brightest minds REFUSE to understand. How are we as an autism community going to make people have to understand us? It is a question I am asking everyone on the spectrum. See next box…

  25. delvoss1 says:

    Thanks for your explaination. Helped me better understand my son with AS who is younger and can’t yet express it the way you have.

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