If you actually emphasise and are actually considerate, you probably don't. That's what separates anti-social people from people with aspergers/ASD. I think that it's kindof the in vogue diagnosis atm. Especially for younger kids. It used to be ADD, now, if your kid is a little shit, they're autistic!
by the way, i actually am autistic. i have high functioning aspergers, and you need to be diagnosed by a PSYCHIATRIST, and have a fuckload of tests.
I think psychologists these days are way too eager to diagnose someone with aspergers/autism. I have a really hard time talking to people and getting my thoughts out coherently when I'm talking, but It's not because I have aspergers, I just wasn't properly ... I guess "taught" how to interact with others as a kid. I spent a good chunk of my teenage years playing online games, and it kind of stunted my social abilities. Some of this also spawns from my anxiety because I'm used to talking to my family members who are short-tempered. I get nervous talking to people because I'm afraid they're going to yell at me over nothing. I think a lot of people these days have kind of poor skills with communication, because we're all so used to the internet. We don't really know how to act when we're face-to-face anymore, and it kinda sucks.
high-five your psychologist the next time you see him. and carry a bag of hershey's kisses so you can give him an unmelty one. see what he thinks of THAT. (i think i'm going to do that at my next meetingwithpsychiatrist)