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Mama Deb
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December 2010
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Mama Deb [userpic]
In other news:

My work computer is now streamlined and very secure. Probably a good thing. I'm using meebo for AIM - so far, so good. (mamadeb1963 on AIM if anyone is interested.)

I'm not using any clients or Firefox add-ons just yet. We will see.

And. After taking Yet Another "Do you have Asperger's" quiz and scoring fairly high, my husband decided it was time to find out for sure. So we spoke to a friend of ours, a social worker, and he said his wife knew someone. So, once we get that set up, I'll get evaluated. I'm not sure if there's a real point, beyond the fact that knowing is always good. But there is that. (Jonathan scores high, too, btw.)


Aspergers goes on a scale, so you may have a very mild case. It's not all or nothing. If you do find out that you have it, you can learn some communication and coping skills that may make your life a bit less stressful. That's the main benefit of seeing a professional.

I know that there's a spectrum within Aspergers as much as with the greater diagnosis of autism.

I think I've managed a few coping skills already - at least, I can act almost normal. I think.

I didn't mean to imply that "you needed help", but rather, couldn't we ALL use some help coping? I know I sure could!