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By Rejected - / Saturday 16 July 2011 13:28 / Australia
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By  DocBastard  |  38

I usually don't do this, but anti-social behaviour and avoidance of physical contact can be signs of autism. Now before anyone jumps on me, I'm not making any diagnosis here. I'm only saying they are signs that something deeper MAY be going on. Ok, now you may flame the shit out of me.

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By  OWNZ  |  0

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  alexg823  |  0

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  2ndSucks  |  15

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  miss_la_rue  |  6

It sounds like this kid is autistic. My cousin started being the same way around that age. For the OP's sake, I hope his son isn't, but, if he is, at least it's not a terminal disease or something.

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  Lauren10102  |  3

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By  waveringatom  |  1

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what do you mean bad parenting? he could have a mental condition, or just be like that I was incredibly social and outgoing as a young child now I barely go anywhere unless I get invited by someone....so it could easily go the otherway

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  RockRoll  |  0

How is that bad parenting in any way? And how does a play date solve anything? If he's anti-social, that wouldn't make him feel much better. Reread the FML.

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  catatonicsleep  |  17

If he is not very sociable and doesn't like physical contact he could be on the autism spectrum, play dates wont help at all with that, and it does not mean the parents are bad parents.

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  Hockeyboy4280  |  18

Or maybe he's just quiet and keeps to himself? god damn I hate it when people add a label for EVERYTHING. I was a loner kid and I hate when people put their hands all over me, so am I autistic?

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  hannahhlizz  |  18

Just because a kid doesn't like people touching him doesn't mean he's autistic. As a kid I absolutely hated people touching me if I don't give them permission and I still hate it. I'm not on the autism spectrum and it really pisses me off when ignorant assholes assume otherwise just because I'm not your type of social.

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  fthku  |  13

1. You're 15, why are you talking about "people these days"? 2. You were the one being sensitive and uptight, calling me a dipshit. Own up to your mistakes. 3. You really need to calm down. 4. Your comments are painful to read. You're a 15 year old American, use your own damn language properly.

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