Adult Asperger's ASD Journey

Autistic Problem Number When you work really, really hard to phrase something to mean precisely what you actually mean, and then your listener asks, “what do you mean by that?” And it’s like, THAT WAS EXACTLY WHAT THE FUCK I MEANT BY.

Autistic Problem 57: When people ridicule you for “overreacting” to pain because your form of autism made your senses hyperactive. [Submitte...

Autistic Problem When people ridicule you for “overreacting” to pain because your form of autism made your senses hyperactive.

20 Heartbreaking Confessions From People With Asperger's Syndrome

20 Heartbreaking Confessions From People With Asperger's Syndrome

20 Heartbreaking Confessions From People With Asperger's Syndrome Tap the link to check out fidgets and sensory toys!

Autistic Problem #45: People discouraging or actively trying to stop you from pursuing your special interests because they don’t fall ...

Autistic Problem People discouraging or actively trying to stop you from pursuing your special interests because they don’t fall within the narrow range of things it’s okay for people to be interested in or excited about.

Autistic problem number 28: When you make a completely serious statement and everyone around you laughs. [Submitted by andromedalogic]

Autistic problem number When you make a completely serious statement and everyone around you laughs. [Submitted by andromedalogic]

End up alone, be with people who make you feel alone is worse - Robin Williams

Autistic Problem #103: When you are constantly obsessing over something and then realize nobody you are telling actually cares. Submitter...

Autistic Problem When you are constantly obsessing over something and then realize nobody you are telling actually cares. Submitter’s anecdote: I recently wrote a paper for a high school english.

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This is why good parents like us go to jail because people force us to hurt them when they make stupid comments like this.

Autistic Problem Number 8: Being seen as “just a picky eater” for not being able to eat certain textures.

Autistic Problem Number Being seen as “just a picky eater” for not being able to eat certain textures. Mayo and miracle whip are like this for me. They feel slimy.

Autistic Problem #153: People reading between the lines of everything you say, instead of taking it at face value, as if there’s some hidden meaning or innuendo in your ideas. Submitted by http://jaesig.tumblr.com/

Autistic Problem People reading between the lines of everything you say, instead of taking it at face value, as if there’s some hidden meaning or innuendo in your ideas. Submitted by.

Autistic Problem #139: When people don’t know you’re autistic and you’re afraid to tell them because it might make them ch...

My friend has a low-functioning (high-support) cousin. I'm high-functioning (low support). I told her I'm autistic." It hurt. No two autistic/Aspie kids are the same. Implying we are based on one experience is hurtful.

Meltdowns and children with autism: the difference between truly knowing and being a know-it-all.

It’s World Autism Awareness Week this week March – April)! My little brother, Ramsey, has autism. We’ve known he’s had autism for a while now, but it wasn’t …

Autistic problem #146: When you tell people you are autistic and they think you are using it as an excuse rather than a legitimate reason. [...

Autistic problem When you tell people you are autistic and they think you are using it as an excuse rather than a legitimate reason.

There’s such a thing as “autism camouflaging” and it might explain why some people are diagnosed so late – Research Digest

There’s such a thing as “autism camouflaging” and it might explain why some people are diagnosed so late – Research Digest Tap the link to check out fidgets and sensory toys!

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