It’s now clear to me that allistics communicate in a totally different way compared to how we autistic people do. I saw a report about how autistics communicate well between themselves, and my first thought was, No shit, Sherlock.
I feel like an outsider in the neurotypical world because I process things in a different way; conversely you will feel the same in our world. Our issue is we are not understood and are a minority. We’re not without tact and grace, it’s just that we have a different internal “code” about what it means to communicate and relate. Click here to read more…
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