Asperger Syndrome is a form of autism which affects the way you communicate and relate to others.
If you care for someone with ASD they struggle to make sense of experiences and other people's thoughts and feelings, and difficulty in acquiring the subtle, unspoken rules of social interaction.
To help cope with the responsibility of caring for someone with autism, sharing in the experience of others can help to relieve the pressure. Hearing about somebody else's child displaying the same symptoms as yours, for example, could help you to realise that you're not alone, especially at the beginning when these feelings can be common.
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