Top Ten Aspergers Syndrome FactsI struggle with this and I'm sure other users do too
The Top Ten
This is a big benefit for me, thank god I have it!
I have Aspergers' syndrome, and my IQ is 132!
I have an IQ of around 120, which is above-average
Sufferers?! I do not suffer from this condition! What we tend to suffer from is stigma, judgment, condescension, and discrimination. In addition, we are wrongly misrepresented and underrepresented in the media. There are some trade offs in having these genes, and when you look at the upsides, they’re actually pretty good. All brains have unique strengths and weaknesses, and even useful variations in functioning. I feel like I wouldn’t be myself without aspergers, and that the world couldn’t function without Aspies, Autistics, Down syndrome, and everyone else the world looks down upon. Discrimination is a powerful force of darkness, but as the world slowly changes, we can learn to appreciate each other for our strengths, and have each others backs in times of weakness. The world is a rainbow of amazing and beautiful people, and neurotypicals are a part of this rainbow as well. Everyone has gifts, and everyone has weaknesses. If we just loved one another and saw each other as ...more
That’s pretty interesting actually. - Userguy44
This happens to me a lot. I have certain fixed obsessions that I can’t get my mind off of
Also applies to non autistics
How did you know that?
I’m glad that name was changed. It makes us seem evil
I have this a bit in real life. I mean, it’s not easy for me to talk to strangers,
I have this problem.
I’m socially awkward
"Look at me" - Every rude person
Me: nope - Lunala
This is very true. People with Aspergers Syndrome can be very nice and smart. Not being arrogant because I have this disorder. - Userguy44
I have it. Even Robin Williams had it!
And they were smart too
That’s proof that people with Aspergers can be very smart. Glad Einstein and Tesla were part of it.