The unfair feeling of being born with Asperger Syndrome

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Do you feel its unfair to have Asperger Syndrome?
Yes 17%  17%  [ 2 ]
No 83%  83%  [ 10 ]
Total votes : 12


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21 May 2022, 6:26 pm

temp1234 wrote:
To me the unfairness is NOT Asperger's Syndrome itself but the fact that people unnecessarily treat socially awkward people maliciously. If you think about the social problems that people with Asperger's Syndrome have, they are often to do with people's unnecessary unkind/malicious treatment in such forms as bullying and malicious gossip etc. So, yeah, I do feel a sense of unfairness but the problem is the people, not autism itself, as far as the social problems are concerned.



Not everyone has the same situation (financially, medically, psychologically, fortune wise). Some five year olds get cancer and drop dead. That is not fair, and that is worse than being 39 autistic (for me).

It is not possible to make life "fair", but it might be possible to reduce the amount of, discrimination, and raise awareness

Life is not fair