Normie women really love to make videos on their 'mental health' issues
She's not got the burgers man, she's way too animated, facial wise and body wise. She doesn't have a flat awkward tone in the voice either.
It's actually incredibly easy to get misdiagnosed with it, I had the same done to me when I went through a phase of depression and didn't want to go out or interact with people, I came across as flat, robotic and didn't make eye contact, hence I got that slapped onto me.
I was diagnosed something like 15 years ago as a teenager when I couldn't identify emotion in enough black-and-white images of people.
I'm really not sure if I have it but it's not like I take medication for it so I don't really care.
I don't see how this is any worse than the female posters here who
>Claim they have social anxiety because sometimes they feel so CRINGE >< with friends
>Are SUCH WEEBS XD because they've watched 4 episodes of Chobits and Attack on Titan
>Claim they are forever alone because they haven't had a boyfriend since highschool
Burn them all.
The concept of mental illnesses used to be just a tool that mental health professionals used to help classify and rectify disorders in people.
It wasn't an "identity" like people treat it nowadays.
Autism, depression, sociopathy... this generation has taken these abstract tools and formed identities around them. And the danger is that it makes people less inclined to fix them.
"Why should I even try and make friends, I am an aspie. People should change to suit me", "Why should I treat people with respect? I'm borderline. Shrek your privilege", "You don't know what its like to be depressed, don't try and help me, just feel sorry for me. REEEEE"
Mental illnesses are a fast and loose way to put labels on a concept that is so abstract and nebulous as the functions of the brain. It's not another tag you put on your tumblr intro.
I've been diagnosed since i was a child. everyone thinks just because i have piercings, tattoos and crazy colored hair, that i can't have it. people just don't understand what autism and aspergers is.
She has aspergers. Thing is she also was born attractive so her life is much easier. Thus if you just look at her she seems perfectly normal, but you can see how awkward and how much she swims while talking. She must be a nightmare to be in a relationship with. I know all of this because own gf has apergers. She isn't attractive and is difficult to be around when she can't understand basic human emotions.
Beauty is so useful, I have male schizoid friend who is very good looking and tall. Women crawl all over him, yet he has little affect and doesn't enjoy sex at all.
Lesson is that, if you can become even an ounce attractive through exercise or make up, it sadly counts for a lot in this world.
Eh, I get you, i know you will flame me for this though
>bipolar, been twice in a mental hospital, tried committing suicide 3 times, once by hanging, once by blood thinners and opium&benzo mix, first time got revived, second time dont remember and third time I was 4 days in the bed unable to move
>tourettes, I will randomly blurt out words, slap my knee, snap my fingers and randomly repeat names, now as an adult been able to limit to non verbal tics in social situations
>OCD, remove all my nails from the cuticles up, I no longer grow any nails on my toes, my back is so slashed up from OCD scratching it that I look like I'm on a constant heavy dbol dose
>only people IRL who know about this are my sisters, parents and few people from the ward
>Some people pretend and want to be mentally ill, try to get attention with it
I think if you are actually mentally ill or an Aspie, you don't brag about it ever. It's not something to be proud of or parade, I don't want awareness about it either, I just want to go on about my life and one day become some kind of normal.
I've been here since 2007, how long have you been here, realistically?
ooooh someone had a hard time in high school.
have some salt, sonic
FUCKING ROASTIES WHY DO THEY EXIST
>diagnosed with aspergers at a young age
>not even sure if I actually have it
I do seem to have one or two symptoms associated with aspergers but knowing how overdiagnosed it is I can't be sure