Even though diagnoses for Asperger’s Syndrome can be given, there is no cure for it; however, there are professionals and therapists that can help an individu...
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...brain. I do have quite a few extrasensory issues.. I cannot eat foods of a certain texture, foods that are multi-textured, foods that are too hot, or foods that have spices to them (I consider mint to be a spice because it feels like one to me). I cannot stand pastel colors in abundant amounts, which is the reason why I hate Easter. I get on edge whenever I detect an edge to someone’s tone or when they raise their voice; also, breaking glass or plates bother me along with crying babies. I personally have a high tolerance for pain and most of the time I can ‘shut out’ the temperature around me; so I am the weird person walking in the house wearing shorts and t-shirt in December. Even though I have Asperger’s Syndrome, it does not hold me back and no one should be ashamed for having it; things will get better once the person is diagnosed and then gets proper treatment.
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