Does Bones have Asperger's Syndrome? I read it in an article (where to find it online is in details) and thought someone else might have a bit more information such as if this is true, and if so what episode.
I do not think Brennan has Asperger's. the reason for this is that we are lead to believe that, as a younger kid, she was friends with other kids. As she got older she got more involved in science, and then was put into foster care. All of this probably led her to be less social, and it obviously shows, which, I think, could give an illusion that she has some kind of social impairment. It hasn't been confirmed in canon, so no one can really say for sure. But we know that Brennan can associate with other people if she is in the mood for it, often she just gets very exasperated at the other peron's lower intelligence and stops reacting. I just made her sound like a science experiment. That's my opinion, someone else might say she is.
I do think Zach has Asperger's. He seems genuinely impaired socially, and I've seen people say that he does have it. Can't say for sure.
I was married for 12 years and my wife had Aspergers Syndrome. Not mild either. Aspergers effects girls in a totally different way than men and they can form relationships and have mates. They struggle though and when young are seen as odd and kids can be cruel.
Thats why it's so difficult to diagnose girls when they are younger. My ex was 34 when she was diagnosed.
SO after watching Bones recently, yes she does appear to have Aspergers. Infact atypical for female with AS I feel.
You really can't compare male AS to female AS.
I'm now a single parent and bringing up my daughter who also shows signs but she is borderline.She is eleven.
Personally I think Bones portrays female AS very well indeed.
I watch it actually as it reminds me of my ex. I love Bones ways just like I loved them in my ex. Sadly though being in a relationship is very very hard. Especially my was due to violence and like many with AS she ended up resorting to drink.
Yes, she does have aspergers.
It's harder to diagnose it in females because the female brain doesn't respond and react the same way a male does. As females we are better at mimicking behaviour so we are able to blend in turn hiding any symptoms.
I have aspergers and I got diagnosed with everything but it as a kid only to be diagnosed with aspergers when I was 24.