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Answer #1 | 18/06 2015 10:05
No, your brain just works differently. It's a mental condition, NOT an illness.
Positive: 80 %
Answer #2 | 18/06 2015 09:32
You can look up the diagnosis in the DSM IV TR or V. It depends on if it is a public school setting or a psychological diagnosis. Sometimes its an advantage, as many have a high I.Q.
Positive: 75 %
Answer #3 | 18/06 2015 02:32
You can look up the diagnosis in the DSM IV TR or V. It depends on if it is a public school setting or a psychological diagnosis. Sometimes its an advantage, as many have a high I.Q.
Positive: 60 %
Answer #4 | 01/07 2015 00:10
Nope, you are not mentally ill. Asperger Syndrome is a developmental disability, not a mental illness.
Positive: 57.142857142857 %
Answer #5 | 18/06 2015 21:55
Think of it this way. There is nothing wrong with you. Your brain just works different compared to majority.
Positive: 57.142857142857 %
Answer #6 | 19/06 2015 06:32
Yes you seem to have autism, and that does not mean you cannot also have some mental illness. I have autism and I have depression. I believe the mental illness can come about because of the stress and problems of life, and sometimes maybe from having to deal with the symptoms of the autism. My run-on-brain, which makes my mind go a mile a minute when I am trying to sleep, brings on sleeplessness and then depression because of the lack of quality sleep. Noises really stress me out also, and contribute to my autism. To solicit advice, describe specific things that you feel others could help you with. For instance, I go to therapy to help me with my depression, and I watch for suggestions on how to deal with noise I cannot filter out.
Positive: 57.142857142857 %
Answer #7 | 18/06 2015 07:20
and please give me avice
Positive: 50 %
Answer #8 | 18/06 2015 07:21
NOT AT ALL. Don't ever think that way.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #9 | 18/06 2015 13:48
Hi. Asperger's syndrome is a type of autism and is a neuro-developmental disorder not a mental illness. It is well explained here http://www.autism.org.uk/about-autism/autism-an-introduction/what-is-asperger-syndrome.aspx
Positive: 50 %
Anonymous43256 | 24/03 2016 12:10
Medson Kasambara
Positive: 50 %
Answer #11 | 18/06 2015 14:55
Think of it this way. There is nothing wrong with you. Your brain just works different compared to majority.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #12 | 30/06 2015 17:10
Nope, you are not mentally ill. Asperger Syndrome is a developmental disability, not a mental illness.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #13 | 18/06 2015 00:21
NOT AT ALL. Don't ever think that way.
Positive: 50 %
sadaf | 23/01 2018 09:35
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Positive: 42.857142857143 %
Answer #15 | 18/06 2015 03:05
No, your brain just works differently. It's a mental condition, NOT an illness.
Positive: 42.857142857143 %
Answer #16 | 18/06 2015 00:20
and please give me avice
Positive: 42.857142857143 %
Anonymous69039 | 23/03 2016 16:53
Medson Kasambara
Positive: 42.857142857143 %
Answer #18 | 18/06 2015 23:32
Yes you seem to have autism, and that does not mean you cannot also have some mental illness. I have autism and I have depression. I believe the mental illness can come about because of the stress and problems of life, and sometimes maybe from having to deal with the symptoms of the autism. My run-on-brain, which makes my mind go a mile a minute when I am trying to sleep, brings on sleeplessness and then depression because of the lack of quality sleep. Noises really stress me out also, and contribute to my autism. To solicit advice, describe specific things that you feel others could help you with. For instance, I go to therapy to help me with my depression, and I watch for suggestions on how to deal with noise I cannot filter out.
Positive: 40 %
Answer #19 | 18/06 2015 06:48
Hi. Asperger's syndrome is a type of autism and is a neuro-developmental disorder not a mental illness. It is well explained here http://www.autism.org.uk/about-autism/autism-an-introduction/what-is-asperger-syndrome.aspx
Positive: 33.333333333333 %

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