This is the fourth post in a series that aims to explain why there are so many incest stories.
Today, we’ll look at the story of two sisters, Mary and Emily, who are both diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, a disorder that affects their social interactions.
Mary is a gifted athlete who competes in track and field.
Her older sister, Emily, is a successful professional tennis player.
In April 2017, the family relocated to the suburbs of Los Angeles to start their new life.
Emily is also diagnosed with ASD, which affects her social interaction.
She has trouble expressing herself emotionally, and she feels that her siblings have been too much of a distraction.
She has been diagnosed with a form of autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
In an interview with CNN, Mary described how the two sisters would often compete in sports together.
“I’ve been a pretty good tennis player, but I’m not the same person,” she said.
“I can’t communicate.”
Mary and Emily began competing in tennis competitions together, but it soon became apparent that the sport could not keep up with the siblings’ abilities.
On one occasion, Mary had to leave the court after being caught in the act of lifting a tennis ball.
She ended up going to the hospital.
Emily later lost her ability to control her emotions after the incident.
The girls’ parents, Joe and Melissa, say that they felt that they were failing them in their social lives, as the siblings were struggling with ASDs.
When Melissa told Mary that her sister had autism, she was surprised.
“[She said], ‘What do you mean you’re not the person you were?'”
That’s when Melissa realized that Mary and her siblings were not suffering from the same issues as her.
As for why they felt the need to start competing, Melissa said that they believed that the girls had autism.
“If I didn’t have autism, I don’t know if I would have been able to cope with this situation,” she told CNN.
After their parents’ diagnosis, Mary’s parents said that the siblings would have competed in other sports but would not have been as successful as they were.
They also said that it was important for them to raise awareness about autism and ASDs to keep the girls from hurting themselves or others.
At the time, the siblings said that Emily was trying to improve her social skills.
But Melissa and Joe said that their daughter was struggling.
During the 2016-17 school year, the girls also started having trouble with social interaction with each other.
Eventually, they began having more difficulty communicating.
Finally, they had to let Mary go from the tennis team.
By the end of that school year and the beginning of 2018, the brothers were not able to compete in the same sports with their younger sister.
For more information on Aspergers Syndrome and other mental disorders, visit the National Institutes of Health’s website.