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Interest In One Subject

One of the hallmarks of Asperger’s Syndrome is the intense interest in one subject. When I first read a statement like this, it meant nothing to me.  After all, don’t we all get interested in things?  Go on photography kicks, … Continue reading

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General vs. Esoteric Knowledge and Conversation Part 2

There’s a flip side to yesterday’s post on esoteric knowledge (General vs. Esoteric Knowledge and Conversation).  And that’s understanding what everyone else already knows and is familiar with. This feels like a no-brainer.  And, to the rest of us, it … Continue reading

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General Vs. Esoteric Knowledge and Conversation Part 1

For a person who has difficulty understanding others (and putting himself in another’s shoes), it can be hard to tell the difference between esoteric and general knowledge. That sounds more complicated than it really is. For example, our son is … Continue reading

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