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However he did not start off as stereotypically autistic. Contrary to the stereotyoes of adults on the spectrum, my patient displayed no "meltdown" behavior, was keenly (TOO keenly) aware of people's reactions to him and exhibited no bizarre special interests or encyclopedic knowledge of vaccuum models.In fact, initially he presented as many of my patients do: shy, articulate, witty. In fact, "Joe", as we'll call him, socialized quite well.No one realized - in fact he often went without realizing - that his baseline anxiety approached panic on a regular basis.As soon as he was out of bed, existential angst was his constant companion.He never misses a deadline at work, yet cannot remember to give our dog his heart medication.Partners of people on the spectrum are drawn to what they can sense is inside their partner.Adam said: “People have been suggesting on social media the whole condition could be false and it was a cover-up for his Nazi background.“I have engaged in conversation with people who have been saying the condition is not even real and those diagnosed are making it up to get attention.
Published in the journal Molecular Autsim, the new study says Asperger referred “profoundly disabled” children to the Am Spiegelgrund clinic in Vienna, despite knowing what took place there.He seemed quietly confident and wry, intelligent and perceptive.People responded well to him, really liked him, though probably none of them would describe him as a close friend.His difficulty managing his thoughts made rudimentary conversations minefields to be navigated.And navigate he did, dodging social errors with the same fright and determination one might actually dodge mines. He truly did not fit the criteria for Asperger Syndrome.
“I didn’t have any friends so there was nowhere for me to turn, it can be very isolating." Mr Asperger has for decades been regarded as a hero in the field of autism treatment and research.