Second of Asperger’s Ten Traits – Overwhelmed Innocence

"2) We are innocent, naive, and honest. Do we lie? Yes. Do we like to lie? No. Things that are hard for us to understand: manipulation, disloyalty, vindictive behavior, and retaliation. Are we easily fooled and conned, particularly before we grow wiser to the ways of the world? Absolutely, yes. Confusion, feeling misplaced, isolated, overwhelmed, and … Continue reading Second of Asperger’s Ten Traits – Overwhelmed Innocence

First of Asperger’s Ten Traits – Extreme Intelligence

Driven, probably by the systemising neuro-biology of my brain, I'm constantly looking for an organised understanding of facts, where "the three…", "the seven…" or "the ten…" somethings, constantly attract my semantic mind. On such a fortunate occasion, I have found Samantha Croft's -now former- blog, Everyday Asperger's. In her new website's own words, "Samantha Croft, … Continue reading First of Asperger’s Ten Traits – Extreme Intelligence

The Asperger Individualism

Throughout my life and modest literary endeavours, I firmly acknowledged the supreme primacy of detail before the whole, for reasons too obvious to state… Nevertheless, since discovering that I live with Asperger's on the neuro-divergent side of existence, I realised that the term autism was coined from the Greek autos which means self, as an … Continue reading The Asperger Individualism