Why are you all so pessimistic about asperger

Barbara - posted on 02/24/2014 ( 1 mom has responded )




I read alot so many letters about moms of asperger children.
Stop being so pessimistic. Stop labeling your children Here are 4 gold tips that can help you:
1)Love your children and adult children the way they are, and look at their beautiful inner qualities , such as being super kind sensitive and geniuses, which is typical for people with asperger, so eventhough they are not so sociable their good qualities can overcome their annoying ones.
2) Since the whole problem of asperger is actually neurological, "not responding fast enough", try help them work on that. Like with neuro feedback techniques etc. Learning how to straighten up the room quickly, believe me they are so smart they can learn everything.
3)Give them speciphic instructions about showering, even in writing, and ou will see that in due time they will do it as a regular routine.
4) again, it all depends how you look at things, give them strength and compliment them about their good beautiful qualities and the change will come right away, they will keep a job and get married and everything.
Thanks Barbara


♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 02/26/2014




I see a lot of posts as well, and I don't see them as being pessimistic, I see them as parents looking for advice and answers about a condition that, until recently had not been considered a 'condition'.

My eldest is an Aspie's kid. I didn't think anything of it, other than that he's a bit 'quirky', and socially awkward.

Your advice is great, and spot on, but I'd have to say that the posts that I see on these boards aren't pessimistic...

And no one in ANY post regarding Aspbergers has EVER suggested that these kids/adults cannot live a fulfiling and 'normal' life.

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