“when applied to autistic styles of perception in a neurologically biased world. It’s the difference between playing poker or chess – in the former the cards are concealed during play and in the latter the whole state of play is visible throughout. In an NT world we’re playing poker.”
That’s it exactly. Great post!
(Work in progress on the theme of resilience, © Sonia Bouè 2017)
This week has been rocky. I want to talk about anxiety.
Anxieties collide sometimes don’t they? Stuff can accumulate and escalate. World events, a health glitch, a seriously upset neurotypical (NT) friend. (For the sake of clarity. I should stress here that my friend was not upset with me but rather shared their distress with me).
For an autistic person this can rapidly begin to feel ‘disproportionately’ dark.
What I mean is that for autistics the confluence of events within a short time frame is often what proves disorientating, and I’m trying to analyse the cause. I think that probably some of our anxieties are related to what I think of as imperfect information in the moment. I find this a useful phrase when applied to autistic styles of perception in a neurologically biased world. It’s the difference…
View original post 523 more words