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Thanks for posting the test.
I’m a 44 year old woman and I scored a 32. I have just this week starting considering this for myself.
I was watching a TV show with a character with Aspergers and started to see myself as a child in the little boy so I decided to do some research and found your online test.
I now see I have struggled with a lot of the Aspergers traits for most of my life. I am also a HSP (Highly Sensitive Person) as well as suffer from PTSD from childhood & adult trauma. It’s a little confusing as all of this seems to overlap, but it is helping me to have a better understanding of myself and how I interact in this world.
I hope to take this info and make better choices for myself in order to live a more fulfilling life within my comfort zone. Enough of the cookie-cutter expectations of society. There is enough room in this world for everyone!
Thanks again,
Leslie

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It would say the litmus test for Autism and Asperger’s is where the person is unaware of their behavior but has all the symptoms. Either unaware of partially unaware. If you’re aware of your own cognition and can change however you want, you probably don’t have a disorder. In fact, you are probably very intelligent.


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So sorry for the delay. I have been away helping out my mother and have been offline for a couple of weeks. I am back now and am glad to hear from you. 🙂


1. I prefer to do things with others rather than on my own.

When she visited the doctor for the first time, David’s mother was told that her son was probably reacting to a change of environment, and that he would adjust to the new environment after some time. Doctors sometimes misdiagnose children who have autism. The children are treated for such diseases such as Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, anxiety disorders and ADHD among others. In many cases, they do not consider autism a probable disease (Gallo, 2010). After about one month, David’s condition had not improved and his anti social behavior in the class had become worse. He was taken to see the doctor again and this time, the situation was different.

2. I prefer to do things the same way over and over again.

The doctor asked the mother questions concerning David’s development and growth from the time he was born, while his partner observed David. It was then that the doctor realized David’s problem. He asked a lot of information especially concerning communication. David’s mother informed him that the child rarely constructed a sentence. She told him how he would spend many hours in silence, even when surrounded by children his age. The doctor asked whether the child would often point at the things he wanted and whether he flapped his arms around. Sometimes parents may be oblivious of certain key signs, as they do not think that such information can be relevant. It is only when the doctor mentions a particular thing that they affirm it (Gallo, 2010).

5. I often notice small sounds when others do not.

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11. I find social situations easy.

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