Swedish environmental girl Samberg, has hardly spoken to anyone other than her family in three years
Recently, a documentary called “I am Greta” was released on the American video website Hulu, which tells the story behind Swedish environmental girl Greta Thunberg. According to the website Business Insider of the United States on the 22nd, according to the documentary, Samberg suffers from Asperger’s syndrome and has hardly spoken to anyone other than his family for three years. It is understood that patients with Asperger syndrome often have symptoms such as interpersonal difficulties and rigid behavior patterns.
According to the report, eight-year-old Thornberg worried and began to get sick after watching a documentary about climate change at school, in which “starving polar bears, floods and hurricanes” and scientists said “we don’t have much time”. Samberg’s father said she had to take a year off school.
Samberg was named Person of the Year by Time magazine in 2019. She said in the documentary that despite receiving invitations from many top politicians, her frustration grew because they did not listen to their advice. Honestly, I don’t understand why I’m invited, and feel like they just need to be noticed, make people feel what they have done… I feel that I speak a completely different language from them.”