Posted: 29/12/2015 at 17:22
Yes, agree it is fascinating. Sometimes amusing too as we need to be aware of how literally everything is taken. Used to do a garden for someone with aspergers too and it was difficult to say the least at times. However, easing off when confrontation looms, some lateral thinking, seeing when stress is building up, etc., etc., and I have learned an awful lot about myself in the process too.
Those with aspergers suffer huge frustration frequently....often they are extremely bright or gifted.
One I have a lot of contact with has trust in me and confides in me....talking ( listening) is still the best therapy in the world I think. Don't think many spare the time for this though even the professionals