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My brother's been diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome

My five-year-old brother was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome, I love him more than anything but I don't know what to do. He has lots of...
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i already asked this but never got an awnser
are there any articles designed for people with aspergers rather than ones that insult us i would love some tips


Hey girl, I'm sorry ou feel insulted, our goal was to inform people, not insult them.  Right now, we don't have any articles designed for people with aspergers, but there are probably sites out there on the internet that can help you.  There are tons of articles on GL, though, so even if we don't have something specifically geared for you, you might find good advice.  xoxo

Kate G.

by dustyrose on 8/22/2013 4:48:41 PM


mod are there any articles designed for people with aspergers rather than ones that insult us i would love some tips

by dustyrose on 8/21/2013 12:08:20 AM


I know how much Asperger's can affect you. My eight year old boy cousin was diagnosed when he was five years old.. he has problems with making friends and temper tantrums. He is a very sweet little boy though, always cracks you up or tells you some lame joke that's only funny when he says it. He is a very special child, and he is always so happy. He coped the best when my grandma passed onn and we were very proud of him. Sure, he has a disability, but he has something genuine inside of him- and that's what we love about him.

by mimi_girl12 on 12/6/2011 4:20:02 PM


my older sister has aspergers to a lot of people think its a big joke and that she makes it up
she was diagnosed with it in the 6th grade and its not super noticable but its thare its like a mild form of autism it makes her stubborn and antisocial and cling to the past a lot it is hard to deal with but if u work hard and include ur sibling in stuff they will be happier
trust me i kno

by jew_chic on 8/26/2010 2:06:47 PM


MOD MOD MOD I've been trying to post my comments like FOREVER here and they never show up!!!Please help!!!!!!!!!!!


Hey girly! I'm working on clearing out all of our comments. We have a bunch tonight, so I'm getting there Smile


Becca G.

by SelG4ever on 8/7/2010 8:39:26 PM


My sisters friend had to be Life Lined to a hospital last night and she's been fasting and praying and worrying about her because she might have not made it through the night but she did but is still worrying that she might pass away! She is really stressed out and dreary! Please answer fast! She looks like she's hurting herself!

by sassygirlh20b on 7/20/2010 4:39:07 PM


MOd liz
Ok thanks! Smile

by cute_wiz_97 on 7/11/2010 10:45:31 PM


I know this is weird and maybe innapropate it still sex if u have ur clothes on?? Trust this isnt 4 me...I just would like to know(4 a friend who is making poor desisions) Frown


Hey girl! No, it's not sex... but it is a sexual activity.



Liz L.

by cute_wiz_97 on 7/11/2010 10:05:58 PM


Heyy, I broke up with my boyfriend awhile ago, but my big brothers still bother me about him! Like, if I tell my bros to go away when I'm using the computer instead of hovering and reading my stuff, they'll say stuff like, "Why, are you chatting with Jack? (thats not his real name but i dont want to reveal it to the world)" I obviously don't like him anymore, and they really get on my nerves!! Please & thank you for your help!!


Hey chickie,

Instead of getting mad or annoyed at them when they do this to you, try talking to them about it out of the blue sometime.  Let them know that you're over the relationship but you still don't want to constantly hear his name brought up in conversation.  Tell them very clearly that you aren't going to get back together with him and you don't like him, so they should stop teasing about it.  Try joking with them that, when you find another crush or BF, they are welcome to talk about him all the time, but be mature and just let them know that it's time to let Jack go.  If that doesn't help, try letting mom and dad in on the problem.  Don't go to them first - you don't wanna be a tattletale - but they might be able to control it a bit better.

Lauren C.

by gengen98 on 7/10/2010 3:57:51 PM


hey girl, I know what your little brother is going through, I have asperger's sydrome too. please comment on my profile.

by sixteengirl93 on 5/17/2010 7:44:00 PM

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