I skimmed #youtube for a bit about the subject of
So far I've seen nobody compare people they've met to each other.
Those that can compare people are those utilizing
Perhaps many people have different ideas about what
is...ie. in comparison with
To me I think I "kinda" understand Thinking in Pictures. Thinking in Patterns, I guess I do in my own way.
Still on the topic of:
I'd say #thinkinginpatterns is a kind of being able to compare people and the ability to see "patterns of behavior".
Some think being restricted to ie. company of only people within the #autismspectrum is limiting. In reality you aren't. Because you meet all kinds of people all the time.
#focus is what may give you knowledge. Focusing on everything will confuse you.
So, by all means, focus on the #autismspectrum. Perhaps you'll find patterns when you compare people you've met with each other.
Even if you restrict yourself to 25 year olds and above.
#autistics which might be curious to discover their own neurotype.
Maybe #neurodivergent people who are interested in discovering their own neurotype.
In my mind I've met many of my own neurotype. I've met many of a close relatives neurotype.
I see a bright future for