A word I've been accustomed to since age 11.
It's a real
thing and can be beneficial and allowing
the "aspie" to think
in a different way beneficial to everyone to break up the demon
of monotonous conformity
which is deemed by the collective human
opinion as dangerous! lol
But at times, it can indeed be rather crippling to the individual who has it.
1) I have a stereotypy of rapidly shaking my right
leg up on the front of the foot at machinegun speed and I have occassional weird
in response to a sensory
experience deemed strange/weird
or unpleasant or when making
2) I have problems with eye contact.
3) Social anxiety is common when trying to do some things.
4) Depression is common from dealing
with surroundings and change.
5) Verbose, pedantic, and idiosyncratic language. I was always
know for having
a wide vocabulary.
6) We tend often
to be more
7) We also tend to think
8) Preoccupation with a subject
of interest, ranging from
the practical to the esoteric. It can be virtually
It's a real
thing that can range from being hard
to deal with to a definite aid to add onto societies even if we are sometimes on that edge.
But be aware that the depictions and displays of those of with AS are often
exaggerated. We're not all geniuses as the IQ level of us often ranges from
average to above average. But we can provide a refreshing look