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Adamantus
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16 Dec 2010, 6:40 pm

Yes I get this as well. My mum resisted any possibility that there could be anything wrong with me, consequently I got into lots of problems before I finally accepted myself. I think it was because she wanted to believe I could do great things or be something to be proud of. I also think that in the playground there is kind of a mum ego, like my child is more special than yours, or I can do more for my child than you and so am a better parent, kind of keeping up with the Joneses. I've found it better just to have independant thoughts and ideas, which you rationally have a right to. Then you can believe you are an aspie or accept yourself for having a diagnosis or aspergers.