101 episodes

Two people, one has been recently diagnosed and the other for over 7 years. They talk about life on the spectrum and the things everyone with Aspergers deal with on a regular basis.

Them Aspergers Them Aspergers

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 29 Ratings

Two people, one has been recently diagnosed and the other for over 7 years. They talk about life on the spectrum and the things everyone with Aspergers deal with on a regular basis.

    Burgers on lockdown

    Burgers on lockdown

    We are having a discussion about the new social rules that are for the moment in place, and how it affects our autism.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Fear

    Fear

    This week we are looking at how we deal with fear and why it is different because we are on the spectrum.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Lockdown thoughts

    Lockdown thoughts

    In this episode we reflect on our own autism, now that we have the time to think about it. How not having to do certain things is both a help and a possible hindrance.

    • 56 min
    Relationships : re-release

    Relationships : re-release

    This episode was the second episode we ever recorded but it went missing. Its was made two years ago. So it might seem different to newer episodes, but might be interesting to those who haven't heard it.

    • 59 min
    Loneliness

    Loneliness

    This week we are talking loneliness and do we as people on the spectrum feel loneliness like other people do.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Autistic Gender

    Autistic Gender

    This weeks episode is about the autistic traits that are supposed to appear according to your gender.

    • 1 hr 15 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

Luis LuLu ,

Genius 👍🏻

Guys! Please share the love and listen the Them Aspergers! I’m literally listening to them for the first time and it’s so relatable as someone on the higher end of the spectrum! 🔥🙏🏻

oheleno ,

Illuminating podcast - esp. for NT people trying to understand ASD loved ones

The hosts - two friends with diagnosed ASD - share their personal experiences across a range of life areas and topics. They share a very natural rapport making the episodes easy to listen to. While they have the same diagnosis, they tell of very different traits and behaviours. It is a reminder that if you’ve met one person with autism, you’ve just met one person with autism.

1MPM70 ,

Brilliant podcast

I have recently started listening and absolutely love this podcast! My 19 year old daughter has not long been diagnosed with Aspergers and this has given me so much insight into how people with Aspergers feel and see things. Thank you!

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