Gave me a good laugh...
Now that is a little awkward for us "middle-aged" isn't it?
Asperger syndrome (AS), also known as Asperger's, is a developmental disorder characterized by significant difficulties in social interaction and nonverbal communication, along with restricted and repetitive patterns of behaviour and interests. A lack of demonstrated empathy affects aspects of communal living for persons with Asperger syndrome. Symptoms include impaired nonverbal behaviours in areas such as eye contact, facial expression, posture, and gesture.
I think if forum members can have empathy for grown men that are alcoholics or drug users, then criticizing a child with a mental disability is a bit hypocritical, don't you? It's not like she made a conscious choice to have this mental flaw and it is not as if she knew the consequences and ordered another.
Did you ever meet somebody with autism before? She has admitted to her diagnosis numerous times in public.
She’s a kid with a disorder and the disorder is probably the main driving force of her activism. She’s clearly dealing with a lot of anxiety and anger from fear of an uncertain future.
How dare she, eh? You just wrote in another post that you believe humans will become extinct and that there’s no point saving us. So she’s right?
Abnormal Body Posturing or Facial Expressions
Abnormal Tone of Voice
Avoidance of Eye Contact or Poor Eye Contact
Deficits in Language Comprehension
Delay in Learning to Speak
Flat or Monotonous Speech
Inappropriate Social Interaction
Intense Focus on One Topic
Lack of Empathy
Lack of Understanding Social Cues
Learning Disability or Difficulty
Not Engaging in Play With Peers
Preoccupation With Specific Topics
Problems With Two-Way Conversation
Repeating Words or Phrases
Unusual Reactions in Social Settings
Using Odd Words or Phrases
It is too much like work, and intellectual capacity also plays a part.
This takes 3 minutes of your life and not much effort. I am not condescending, I would prefer to watch than read most of the time as well.
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