I once had a conversation with a friend with the same #neurotype as me and it was the first time in my life I actually got to my bed and lied down while thinking:
"If I fall asleep I will not be able to tell the other person on the other side that I fell asleep and the only way they might hear me is if I start snoring"
One of the most common things after somebody gets the #Autism diagnosis:
1️⃣ They try to meet others with Autism and assume these people will be the #SameNeurotype as them. That doesn't happen so they start to doubt that the diagnosis is a single neurotype.
2️⃣ to be continued?
There is no "normal". They only defined Autism/Borderline/Bipolar/Dyslexia etc. and this #research is still on-going.
#normal is comparison-dependent and thus dynamic.
The concept #NeuroTypical is a #dynamicconcept. It is #dynamic because it all depends in what local environment what kind of #neurotypes live there. Let's say in a specific geographic area 🅰️:
the majority of people in that area have APD and Borderline related neurotypes.
In another area 🅱️:
we have many with ie. Schizophrenia, Bipolar and ADHD #neurotype people where they are the majority.
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.
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.
No ideas, sorry. I'm thinking word generation here and I don't know of a way to generate them.
Since you are gonna use association you may be mostly safe based on what
you are. Others with the same neurotype might be able to guess what you guess.
More info soon, I guess...
Attempt to start #streaming
so if nothing changes...the title is probably gonna be something like this past stream
"What #neurotype are you? - various activities"
though I'm gonna probably modify it to
UTC time is 09:40:10 just passed as I am typing this
Edit: UTC time is 09:41:10 just passed as I am typing this
well when I finally launch the #stream I am going to pin a new post
So let's start
I think is incompatible with the
of neurotypes. Unless we are talking about temporary difference, ie. you walked right instead of left but you your twin took a left turn instead of a right one.
Everybody is different is a comfortable idea, a very general idea.
What if some people were a bit more alike each other in comparison to some specific other
Would you find that
I use to come back to this
Exactly! That! Though sometimes I think about
...and sometimes I think about
Some just call it
" #chemistry "
Chemistry can be achieved by temporary conditions + brain structure.
The chemistry I'm interested in is #brainstructure
Neurotype Incompatibility + "#everybodyshouldbefriends" is a bad recipe