You'd never know I have Asperger's by looking at me. It's the anxiety and the super strong perfectionist streak that makes life unbearable at times. Making changes in my field of work is tougher for me than for a neurotypical. Starting new work isn't easy for the majority of us. I'll have to rely on the graces of God to get me through the first 90 days. If I succeed, great. If not, I'm fired and I'll apply for disability.
paintyourtootsies paintyourtootsies
31-35, M
2 Responses Jul 10, 2015

Hey, aspergers and autism is a fraud, designed for two reasons; one, thought control of the masses, 2, when a psychiatrist doesn't know how to help someone, but needs to look like they did to get paid, so make things up. apparently both good language skills and bad language skills are are part of autism, do you love astronomy? Well, too bad, specialist knowledge in something awesome like that is a trait, too. Do you have an effective routine for working out? Too bad, having routines is aspergers. Do you either not look at someone, or look at someone when you talk to them? Either way you are screwed, as both are listed as a trait of aspergers. Apparently house designers and adept painters are all suffering from aspergers, too. Throw out psychiatry for what it truly is, a pathetic attempt at science resulting in a load of conflicting ideas that are more concerned with controlling people's thoughts than making progress.

i agree i am the same. im am obsessive thinker and a perfectionist