The first sign my son learned to say “hey” and “you” was seeing the signs of attraction in his face. I told him it was nothing sinister, but he said that he liked me no matter what. His face lit up and his eyes lit up. I was amazed at his ability to see me as an equal and not just a friend.
I’ve known people with autism and also people who have autism who seem to have no interest in people. They are a very rare sight, and I think it’s because they have the ability to empathize and to see the world as they do. They just have the ability to see the world as it really is and not see it as they want it to be. Although they don’t want to see it that way.
That’s not to say that people with autism don’t like people, but its more that they are not interested in a friendship with a normal person. They don’t want to be friends. They want to be enemies. Which is why many autistic people use technology to avoid being friends.
Although it may be the case that I’m a bit extreme here, I do like that this guy likes me. I would say that he probably likes me because, as I have said, he is autistic. He has the ability to empathize with people, and thus can understand and understand my perspective on the world. He also has the ability to see the world as he does and not see it as he wants it to be.
To be clear, there are two kinds of autism. The first is the one where people can be very social and happy, and the second is the more extreme version where people are highly withdrawn and have low social skills. It may be that he is quite social, but he also has problems with social skills, and thus can be quite difficult to talk to. I would say that it is more than likely that he is an autistic version of myself.
It’s not clear at this point whether he is a person or an artificial construct, but I’m guessing he’s probably not a person at all. He’s likely a lot more advanced than I am.
Many autistic children seem to have some of the same behaviors as autistic adults, but in some ways are a lot more sophisticated. The autistic person is probably not as social as a non-autistic adult. In many ways an autistic person probably has more of a social IQ than a non-autistic person, but has a harder time relating to others. This is probably why autistic children are extremely difficult to talk to.
Im not entirely sure I understand the issue. A lot of autistic children (and adults) seem to have some of the same behaviors as autistic adults, but in some ways are a lot more sophisticated. The autistic person is probably not as social as a non-autistic adult. In many ways an autistic person probably has more of a social IQ than a non-autistic person, but has a harder time relating to others. This is probably why autistic children are extremely difficult to talk to.
I think you have to feel like the autistic person is “not quite” as smart as a non-autistic person. The person seems to understand that you’re talking to them, but they’re not quite as smart as the non-autistic person. Their brain is just wired different, so they’re less likely to understand what you’re saying.
It feels like you have to feel like they dont have the ability to understand, or at least, not as well as a non-autistic person. For me, this is a bit hard to take. I dont really feel like I understand what youre saying because I don’t really know what I’m talking about. But I feel like if someone does not feel like they understand me, then I should find it more difficult to get over the feeling that they dont understand me.