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Asperger’s Syndrome and Mental Health: Anxiety

Anxiety, for a lot of people on and off the Autism Spectrum, is an ever-present and ever-pressing problem. It can be all pervasive, seeping into every part of your lifestyle, like inkblots spilling onto the pages of your life, dirtying the pages and obscuring words and memories with worry and sometimes, blind panic. What exactly is anxiety though? Anxiety stems from ... Read More »

Do people with Asperger’s have a sense of humour?

Hans Asperger, in 1944, theorised that people with Asperger’s Syndrome do not have the propensity for humour, and that attempts at humour would turn out, at best, awkward, and at worst, hostile. In recent years, this musing has been proved to be only true in minority. While people with Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome can have difficulties with the subtleties of humour, ... Read More »