If you’re trying to understand Autism, this is a good place to start.
I was having a deep conversation (via Google Hangouts instant messenger) with a close friend about my Autism. He made a comment that he did not see Autism as a disability, but more as an alternate way of thinking that is not serviced very wall by the modern education system. I agree – partially. . .
Quickly I realized that no matter how hard I tried, there was no way I could accurately explain or convey the parts of my Autism that truly “disable” me. Searching the internet, I quickly found a few articles with other Aspie who had attempted to explain what I currently could not – the negative things that NT’s have a hard time comprehending.
“What does Autism feel like?” In that moment I was completely unable to explain.
The most disabling part of Autism (for me) may be its invisibility and my status as “high functioning”…
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