i’m the stranger

1 Mar

They do have a point, but I’m not sure if I should feel insulted by this.  Also, I don’t really know that you can say aloof people are “very often” autistic.

The impression created by a person who consistently exhibits an air of aloofness and indifference to everyone and everything around them is almost always a negative one. This should not come as a surprise, considering how normal human behaviour usually does not exhibit these characteristics. What everyone needs to understand, however, is that people who display such symptoms are very often afflicted with a mental disorder, which makes learning and interacting quite difficult. This disorder is known as autism.

~Longridge News

"The Stranger" by Brian Despain

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