Aspergers (high functioning autism) is typically first diagnosed in children.
In contrast to those with autism, adults with Aspergers usually acquire language skills normally, develop appropriately in cognitive abilities and tend to have higher-than-average verbal skills.
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I have realized that I am doing the same thing with my daughter: being afraid to really discipline to not "hurt her feelings" and also making HER responsible for my feelings by yelling and screaming! And it seems the harder the parent tries, the more the teenager rebels.
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The most significant feature of Aspergers is the inability to interact appropriately on a social basis.
If untreated, many difficulties continue into adulthood.
If you’re going through the same parent-child conflict that most of the other parents who land on this site are going through, then the problems at home and school are not getting better - they’re steadily getting worse. I'm guessing that you already feel like you have wasted too much time and energy trying to get some real solutions.
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Don’t go another day being a hostage in your own house. I can tell you from over 20 years of experience that bad Aspergers/HFA teen behavior does NOT change without an intervention like the one I'm giving you here.