Kristen Stewart/Bella Swan an Aspie?

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Are Kristen and/or Bella Aspies?
Neither Kristen nor Bella are Aspies 41%  41%  [ 11 ]
Kristen isn't but Bella is 4%  4%  [ 1 ]
Kristen is but Bella isn't 15%  15%  [ 4 ]
Kristen is and Bella is 19%  19%  [ 5 ]
I don't know/care but I am curious enough to vote 22%  22%  [ 6 ]
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10 Jul 2010, 4:02 am

If Kristen really is an Aspie (or has some other disorder like social anxiety etc) then she probably isn't acting at all (or at least very much) :?:

If she isn't an Aspie (and isn't suffering from a disorder), then it probably takes quite a lot of effort to maintain a blank expression for most of the time and to speak awkwardly from time to time. :?:


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10 Jul 2010, 4:05 am

Blindspot149 wrote:
If Kristen really is an Aspie (or has some other disorder like social anxiety etc) then she probably isn't acting at all (or at least very much) :?:

If she isn't an Aspie (and isn't suffering from a disorder), then it probably takes quite a lot of effort to maintain a blank expression for most of the time and to speak awkwardly from time to time. :?:


Anyone can put a blank expression on their face, it isn't hard :roll:



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10 Jul 2010, 4:11 am

Asp-Z wrote:
Blindspot149 wrote:
If Kristen really is an Aspie (or has some other disorder like social anxiety etc) then she probably isn't acting at all (or at least very much) :?:

If she isn't an Aspie (and isn't suffering from a disorder), then it probably takes quite a lot of effort to maintain a blank expression for most of the time and to speak awkwardly from time to time. :?:


Anyone can put a blank expression on their face, it isn't hard :roll:


Thanks for responding to my second point..

You didn't disagree, correct or otherwise tear down my first point :wink:

Why :? :?:

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10 Jul 2010, 4:40 am

Blindspot149 wrote:
Asp-Z wrote:
Blindspot149 wrote:
If Kristen really is an Aspie (or has some other disorder like social anxiety etc) then she probably isn't acting at all (or at least very much) :?:

If she isn't an Aspie (and isn't suffering from a disorder), then it probably takes quite a lot of effort to maintain a blank expression for most of the time and to speak awkwardly from time to time. :?:


Anyone can put a blank expression on their face, it isn't hard :roll:


Thanks for responding to my second point..

You didn't disagree, correct or otherwise tear down my first point :wink:

Why :? :?:

ps love your avatar


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I don't think she's an Aspie myself. In interviews and stuff she isn't using the blank expression, and I don't think she has any traits apart from putting on said expression for the crappy films she stars in.

And thank you for complimenting the avatar.



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10 Jul 2010, 4:41 am

First day at school - let's make some new friends. Very Aspie thing.
Constant speaking about feelings - the same.


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10 Jul 2010, 4:43 am

Blindspot149 wrote:
If she isn't an Aspie (and isn't suffering from a disorder), then it probably takes quite a lot of effort to maintain a blank expression for most of the time and to speak awkwardly from time to time. :?:


Thats exactly what I think. An NT would find keeping an expressionless face, 24/7, on or offscreen, as much as a strain as I would find behaving like an NT 24/7.

And it should be noted she keeps this blank expression whether she is Bella or Kristen. It is very unusual for an NT woman to be so expressionless in the face.


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10 Jul 2010, 4:44 am

One trait does not a diagnosis make...



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10 Jul 2010, 4:47 am

Asp-Z wrote:
One trait does not a diagnosis make...

But it is an indication.

And aspergers in girls is VERY different to in boys. Plus they automatically cover it up as they grow up, so if the option has never been laid down for her and she does not know about it, she will never learn to stop copying EVERYTHING and will therefore look like any normal girl, apart from the traits that show through.
Like her blank expressions.

ERGO, there is a posibility, and you cannot just write it off.


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10 Jul 2010, 5:49 am

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyLVFTa-eMQ[/youtube]
This interview was interesting:

She seemed to be stimming (rocking her shoulders and her leg) quite a lot. Some good examples where she is answering rhetorical questions, especially at the end in response to 'evicting her parents'

She also seemed to be having difficulty following the dialogue of the NT presenter at times.

But then again, maybe this isn't abnormal behavior for an NT :?


[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoJJhDM2pn0&feature=related[/youtube]
This one was just GLORIOUS :lol:


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10 Jul 2010, 6:08 am

Leiservampir wrote:
Asp-Z wrote:
One trait does not a diagnosis make...

But it is an indication.

And aspergers in girls is VERY different to in boys. Plus they automatically cover it up as they grow up, so if the option has never been laid down for her and she does not know about it, she will never learn to stop copying EVERYTHING and will therefore look like any normal girl, apart from the traits that show through.
Like her blank expressions.

ERGO, there is a posibility, and you cannot just write it off.


That dosen't mean she has it though, and I still maintain that's it's easy for an NT to wear a blank expression.



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10 Jul 2010, 6:52 am

Asp-Z wrote:
Leiservampir wrote:
Asp-Z wrote:
One trait does not a diagnosis make...

But it is an indication.

And aspergers in girls is VERY different to in boys. Plus they automatically cover it up as they grow up, so if the option has never been laid down for her and she does not know about it, she will never learn to stop copying EVERYTHING and will therefore look like any normal girl, apart from the traits that show through.
Like her blank expressions.

ERGO, there is a posibility, and you cannot just write it off.


That dosen't mean she has it though, and I still maintain that's it's easy for an NT to wear a blank expression.


She may have Aspergers and she may not. But just because she has some traits doesn't mean she has it. Some people are just like that.



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10 Jul 2010, 7:14 am

Personally, I don't know. I just thought she's a person that seemed out of touch with her surroundings. I never cared for her as an actress or the Twilight series but who knows? She may be an aspie after all. I haven't watched a lot of her stuff so I can't really have a solid opinion here. :?



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10 Jul 2010, 9:28 am

Blindspot149 wrote:
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyLVFTa-eMQ[/youtube]


When she walked away and started talking to that other guy, during the clip from one of her movies, she looked and acted and sounded exactly the same as when she's bella.
There was no difference at all.
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10 Jul 2010, 9:47 am

she could have aspergers

maybe she don't want it broadcast :wink:
then stupid organization like autism speaks would be using her name to get people to donate. :roll: