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PostSubject: Malice and Asperger Syndrome   26/3/2007, 8:49 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Malice and Asperger Syndrome   27/3/2007, 2:49 pm

Reminds me of Ts' stories although they are not told with malice (then again could be when he tells me how you all go to the Caribbean without me!!) he has no conception of emotions so how could he be malicious? Not possible. xx
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PostSubject: Re: Malice and Asperger Syndrome   25/6/2007, 1:06 pm

Interesting read, I am wondering if this *consealing* behaviour is what A could be doing at school at times and is partly why the teachers say he doesn't do certain things, then again they have said he doesn't do somehting and he will be there right in front of us both doing it, the mind boggles!!
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