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From Amanda Baggs who has autism and was seen on CNN.
Masha, an adult woman who found out she had Asperger's Syndrome (AS) from her Daughter's
Psychiatrist, after her daughter was diagnosed with AS talks about what her Aspie daughter's
My daughter's biggest struggle and challenge is loneliness.
She does not feel accepted by the more affluent parent's in our town.
There aren't any children that are assessible to meet or play with outside on the playground.
You need to set up a play date for children to be
together. And guess what, parents say no. She has few
girls at school who accept her. They are more buddies
My girl had a depression, tried to develop a bulimia,
to become thinner and a little more popular.
Fortunately we stopped it few months after.
She is diagnosed with the anxiety disorder and OCD. The world
famous Boston Children's hospital was unable to
identify Asperger syndrome in her, even after my
direct question about it. We are with a private
psychiatrist now and feel much happier. She did not
have any health problems before the age of 11, when
she got under the terrible pressure in the middle
It was at the age of 11 when then things started popping up one
after another. First bulimia, then arms cutting, then
seizures, which turned out to be not Epilepsy, but
somewhat stress movements, Tourette syndrome? When I
asked her why she cut her arms, she said clearly, that
the physical pain relieves an emotional one.
This summer we bought a house and moved to a different
street within our town. We found a little private farm
just on our street. The older people who ran the farm
turned out so nice. She worked as a volunteer there
every single day for 4 months, even after the school
started. She is much better spiritually now.
She is much more confident, much more agreeable and
much easier to deal with. She told me just today, that
someone put a note on her locker at school."You are
stupid and you know it". She told me that she simply
threw it out. I am proud.
We had a parent teacher
conference last week, all 7 teachers said: she is very
bright, talks off the topic sometimes, absolutely
refuses to work with peers, the organization suffers,
her folder is a mess. All sounds like a diagnoses and
yet, they are completely unaware. We do not disclose
it at school.
The school's attitude to it is special
needs. We do not want it. Forgot to mention, she sang
in the opera last year and loved it. She sings in the
school chorus now, does the community service, does
the food pantry.