As for Asperger's, Susan says, "Asperger's doesn't define me. It's a condition that I have to live with and work through, but I feel more relaxed about myself. People will have a greater understanding of who I am and why I do the things I do."
Asperger's is a high functioning form of autism which explains why Susan's social interaction and communication skills have seemingly always been a step behind. Whatever the reason, she is still amazing and I love her.