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19 April 2013

The 'learning curve' of living with asperger's

People who have the disorder and their families share their experiences.

Asperger's syndrome is disappearing as an official diagnosis, but people who live with its symptoms will continue to struggle.

"But our [lack of] ability to read your mind or read your motives is a big red flag," she said. "And that's what gets us hurt physically and emotionally and career-wise."

Living with Asperger's

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