Wrote a follow-up article to my original Intense World Theory article, explaining dyspraxia via the lens of the theory, and proposing a new, more accurate and informative definition for the autism spectrum via the findings of the theory.
bruhhh you bring out some awesome analogies in these articles
Thank you, my friend! ^-^
I had a chance to read thorugh your latest autism writings properly and they're awesome. one thing that's come up for me when pondering all the complexities of neurodivergency is that the whole ideo of judging intelligence by Western linear logical IQ criteria is very limiting, as it doesn't take into consideration visual, sensory or emotional intelligence.
i have younger extended family members who can hardly read or write and are considered disabled yet they are extremely creative and gifted in other ways..
Every time you release a new autism article, I learn another thing about myself. I didn't know that there was a word for why I was dangerously clumsy and had such difficulty learning physical tasks as a child (still do!) Thank you for another great addition to your growing autism library.
Thank you so much, @sauerbaker! I sincerely appreciate that. It never fails to make my day to hear that I have managed to help someone else with this information!
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