Someone said :
Your saying that someone with Aspergers or someone who is Autistic just has a problem behaving properly?
Thats pretty ignorant to be honest.
That's how the teachers and the CGC in my secondasry school saw my issues so he's not alone. I hope things have moved on now with regard to support services for AS sufferers because if handled badly it does indeed become a sufference. It was for me and I had to pull out of school for private tuition. AS is like being gay in the sense that both were not understood in the past and that resulted in stigmatisation which messed up many lives. I was always being told to "act normal" and I didn't have a clue what it was about me that wasn't "normal".
I'd describe AS as like being incredibly highly strung in any social context involving lots of people.