Asperger Syndrome compromises one's ability to read nonverbal social cues.
A simple example of this deficit is answering the question, “How are you? If you don't learn the rules for navigating, life gets boring and repetitive.
She’s had a better head start on that than I did, because she’s only been a paraplegic for a few years after an accident left her paralyzed.
She joined the group for support and we became instant friends.
” It is loaded with so many nonverbal issues that I simply freeze. I am fast-forwarding through things that are largely repetitive of the above situations.
You cannot watch your dad fade away like so many we've lost along the way.
Recently, a co-worker Rick, told Jeff he is interested in dating wheelchair lovers. He asked if I had any paraplegic wheelchair friends that might be interested in dating. Cindy is very attractive and interested in dating wheelchair lovers.