Aspergers adults who experience meltdowns are often perceived by others as “always being angry.” Other complications may include job loss, school suspension, divorce, auto accidents, and even incarceration.
If you're concerned because you're having repeated meltdowns, talk with your doctor or make an appointment with someone who specializes in treating adults on the spectrum (e.g., a psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, etc.).
Unfortunately, many Aspergers adults who experience meltdowns don't seek treatment.
If you're involved in a relationship with an Aspie, it's important that you take steps to protect yourself and your kids.
If you would like a private room feel free to make one and put a password on it so nobody can enter but the adults that you choose.
Under severe enough stress, any normally calm and collected individual may become “out-of-control” – even to the point of violence.
Meltdown episodes may be preceded or accompanied by: The meltdown is not always directed at others.
Here's how to prepare for an appointment with a professional: There's no one treatment that's best for Aspergers adults who experience meltdowns.
Treatment generally includes medication and individual or group therapy.
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