My boyfriend's mom told me he has Aspberger Syndrome.

He never told me, because according to her, he won’t acknowledge it, but everything is beginning to make sense now. His behavior fits almost perfectly.

However, I’ve never done this before–like, do I have grounds to get offended or irritated when he says something not proper for the situation? Any advice, for those of you who have Aspberger’s or are in a serious relationship with someone who has it?

I’m actually kind of saddened there isn’t a lot of stuff in the asperger tag. Can we bring some more awareness to it and how people who have it need different types of help and are majority of the time academically inclined more than a student who doesn’t and how they act when some one says something they take offense too sometimes? And as well as how they are socially awkward sometimes??? Please? Cause there are many branches under autism and it’s not really talked about unless you want to work with children on the spectrum and have to know or if you are a parent with a child with it.

Oh I got some GREAT news today!!!

I owe the part of Stockholm where i live (Stockholm kommun) about 100000 SKR since they loaned me money when I had no income. Normally you would get welfare but since I own my apartment they loan it to you instead.

Today we had a meeting and they saw how my income and expenses perfectly line up next to each other with nothing left at the end of the month so they have decided to write off the debt!

She also promised to contact the woman who grants me the help I get and talk to her about my past and need for my support team (due to my Aspberger) and send her the medical records. She was shocked to hear they just took away my support team from one day to another. This woman was there when I was at the lowest point in my life and she is awesome! I actually love a social worker lol. She seems more educated on Aspie and other issues like ADD/ADHD etc than the one who grants me the help. I think it should be a separate person who is specialized in mental issues/illnesses. The others are just not educated enough.

The card from my eldest boy read: Mom you are best in the universe!!! You do the nicest things. Like cater to all my food needs. Make me the best sandwiches with only the meat I will eat. Boars head. French bread that is fresh. But most importantly and foremost the best influence you have had in my life is you have taught me how to treat my girl right! Ok I’m laughing and crying at the same time! #aspie #aspberger #mothersheart @dawneufield

Peter Lanza wishes his son had never been born

by Amy Hatch posted in Mom Stories The first interview with Peter Lanza, father of Adam Lanza, offers no insight into why the 20-year-old armed himself with an assault weapon and gunned down 20 6- and 7-year-olds and six educators in Newtown, Conn.—and his own mother. Andrew Solomon spoke with Lanza six times, sometimes for… Read more »

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Oak Hill Academy

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Quick shout-out to those tumblrites I follow who are open about their experiences living with Autism, Aspbergers, etc., because of you I am questioning my medical classes’ instructions for working with patients and I think this is important
Mesa Police Kill Woman During Aspberger's Meltdown

We dont know at this point why they made the decision to go lethal, police spokesman Esteban Flores told reporters.
Three officers went to Danielle Jacobs home Thursday after a friend alerted police that she was suicidal.
“When I have a meltdown, I often have self-injurious behavior and I often self-harm,” she told the Huffington Post after the video went viral.
In the video, which was viewed more than 2.4 million times, Jacobs sobbed and struck herself while her Rottweiler tried to comfort her.
One of the officers involved in the shooting of Jacobs was CIT certified, however.

John Pellegrini Will Speak At The 2016 Kent ISD LEAP Conference

John Pellegrini Will Speak At The 2016 Kent ISD LEAP Conference

John Pellegrini Will Speak At The 2016 Kent ISD LEAP Conference. I am very excited to announce that I’ve been invited to give the keynote speech at this year’s Kent Intermediate School District LEAP Conference. LEAP, which stands for Lead Empower Assist Parents is a day-long six hour conference, scheduled for Saturday, March 12th, 2016, for parents of Special Needs Children in Kent County,…

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I spent an hour compiling the notebook with data, medical diagnosis and recommendations, suspensions, iep information, information from the state regarding preventative measures…

In the meantime, the kiddo screamed because I made her get in the shower.. someone made a remark, I felt was uncalled for.
“If that was my child”
Guess what, I am extremely tired , I know if it WAS YOUR CHILD, THIS WOULD NEVER HAPPEN, NOR WOULD THAT.
NOW TURN AROUND AND WALK AWAY. THATS RIGHT DON’T FORGET TO CLOSE THE DOOR BEHIND YOU. I am tired of hearing that. I am extremely tired of people blaming all of it on “poor parenting”.
#asd #aspbergers #singleparent #alone