I recently met up with an old acquaintance from high school. She is 47 years old and I have noticed that she often will say 'he' instead of 'she' and vice-versa. She often uses words in place of others that would "fit" better. There seems to be expressive issues as well but I am not sure if they are language or emotional related issues. Is this aphasia? Is it possible that she made it through school without this ever being detected or diagnosed?
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