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Matt has Asperger’s Syndrome (AS), an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and is writing this blog so that people can gain more of an insight into how people with the condition process thoughts, feel emotions, react to situations and generally handle life.



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Matt would like you to be aware that by reading this blog, offence may occasionally be caused. Part of having Asperger’s Syndrome necessarily means that he may be direct, blunt, and to-the-point. Quite often what is presented on the blog is exactly what is seen in his viewpoint.

Blogging AS an Aspie refers quite often to real-life. All names & companies (unless introduced by a commentor) are removed or changed in order to protect them. By its nature the blog will upset and alarm some people; however it should be stressed that a lot of life-related entries on this site are purely observational, and that Aspie’s quite often have a lenghty and detailed recall of many situations.

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