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    Asbergers in adults
    An_240494 posted:
    Hi, I have a 20 year old son with Asbergers in college and is doing very well in all areas, but my problem is, my son left home to live with his dad to attend a college by him in another state (we are divorced) after high school graduation and is now refusing to have any contact with me. I know his father does not say anything bad about me to our son, but I know my son blames me for the divorce. I have talk to our son behavioral specialist, and she says this is not uncommon with Asbergers. I was hoping someone else had this problem and could advise me. Thanks for listening.

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