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I heard about the syndrome from this web-site and researched it. I don’t like people as much as I use to. I’m paranoid about people and have a hard time trusting them. I don’t understand people but I sometimes think about what is going through another person’s head. I can sometimes be told that I don’t care about people but I can be told that I’m nice and honest. The common way to express my affection is to buy presents for people. I’m not great at showing affection but I can still care about people but I sometimes wish that I didn’t care about them. A have the habit of avoiding people because I believe that they are the source of my misery. My friend complains about how I never say Hi. I prefer to hang around women than men because I think that men are mean to me. I distrust men more than women.

I feel as those people are only interested in me sexually and have an attend to avoid things sexually unless I feel broken then I might push my limits but not actually do anything sexual but might accept that fact that I should be a stripper, porn star, or a hooters waitress. I haven’t applied or want to for these jobs. I might research them. I don’t think sex is evil but it can be used to be morally wrong.

I get along better with adults or people over the age of 25. It feels as if teens care only about my sexually, body, or the fact that I always alone. Adults are more forgiving towards me and try to understand my personality.

I have a strong interest in drawing and writing. I don’t think that I can quit drawing or writing even though I think that I’m not very good at either subject. I’m very creative. I have plenty of hobbies to keep myself busy.

I would like a boyfriend who has a goal in life. I tend to rock back and forth and will twirl and put my hair in my month. My parents accuse me of mumbling under my breath. I tell them that I’m not. (Maybe I’m thinking out loud) I sometimes think that ghosts, monsters, deformed people, or handsome people are in my room at night. I know that they aren’t but sometimes it scares me. If I get to attach to an anime character I might start thinking that he’s real and in my room wanting to talk to me or want me to give them some attention and I’m thinking like you’re not real, go away. I have an imaginary boyfriend.

I like biology and zoology but hate chemistry. Physics is ok. I would love to learn more about the how the human body works. I’m told that I tend to think in statics. I have a speech implement. It’s a lot to read but if you guys can tell if I do have a personality disorder I’ll be grateful. I know that I think differently from other people.

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Hi whitelioness,

I looked into Asperger’s for myself. I don’t think I have that even though I do think differently from other people, too. One expert looks on it as a difference but in a positive way. Here’s a link to how he views Asperger's:

http://www.tonyattwood.com.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=79:the-discovery-of-aspie-criteria&catid=45:archived-resource-papers&Itemid=181

Adolescence can be a difficult time, learning who you are as person soon to be an adult, developing a concept of yourself in relation to the rest of the world. It may be a little early to tell whether you have a personality disorder or not yet. Maybe you can come through the crazy time that adolescence can be for everybody and be uniquely you and just fine.

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Hi whitelioness,

I looked into Asperger’s for myself. I don’t think I have that even though I do think differently from other people, too. One expert looks on it as a difference but in a positive way. Here’s a link to how he views Asperger's:

http://www.tonyattwood.com.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=79:the-discovery-of-aspie-criteria&catid=45:archived-resource-papers&Itemid=181

Adolescence can be a difficult time, learning who you are as person soon to be an adult, developing a concept of yourself in relation to the rest of the world. It may be a little early to tell whether you have a personality disorder or not yet. Maybe you can come through the crazy time that adolescence can be for everybody and be uniquely you and just fine.

Thank-you for the article. Aspies are more intelligence, logical, and loyal then the rest of the human is what I was getting from the article. I guess everybody thinks differently but don't want to show it because of fear of rejection. Teenagers are still confuse about themselves and still have no choice but to follow others. I grew up as the outcast or target. I used to being alone and doing whatever I like. Maybe that's why my personality is different from others.

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