I question this because I (very unfortunately) was diagnosed with aspergers (and ADHD) when I was 4. And up until I was about 9 and a half (or 10? or 12? or 18? who fucking knows???) I'd say I was pretty disfunctional. I was so hyperactive to the point where I was out of control, sensitive to certain noises and smells, and apparently (according to my parents) "I had some social issues". Now, it seems like (although I can't be so sure) I have seriously and considerably outgrown some of, or maybe even all, of these awful symptoms, to the point where it may actually be possible that I never even had aspergers? But due to being so fucked up as a child, I find it hard looking back and trying to pinpoint my dominant function...which is probably why it has been so hard for me to type myself, despite some other people actually finding it easy to type me.
Has anyone thought of this before? If I have AS, is it possible that I just cannot be typed accurately (aka not typed at all?) If so, that's really depressing, considering the fact that jungian typology is something I am interested in!
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