Dating aspergers adults
It is open to debate whether Asperger's is simply a collection of traits that every human being has to some degree or another.It has been said that Asperger's contagious; their logical thinking and open-voiced approach to telling you what they think makes them good at bringing you around to their point of veiw.
Since obviously there wasn't a name for it at the time, his official term for them was 'Autistic Psychopaths', though at the time 'psychopath' didn't quite have the negative tone it has today.
In professional fields, those with Asperger's are sometimes Bunny Ears Lawyers (or The Wonka if they're the one in charge).
Some, however, will just come across as either oversensitive or as unpopular Jerkasses.
For example, saying "I talked with John who has Asperger's" rather than "I talked to John the Aspie".
Putting the person first, before the disorder, is important to many people who either see it as just another trait such as hair or eye color or don't want to define the person by what they see as a disease that he or she has.
Indeed, good old Hans had a generally positive view of what he called the "Little Professors" due to their ability to memorize facts, and unlike his colleagues at the time was very positive about what Autistic children, if given a supportive attitude, could achieve.