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PDD-NOS, Social Anxiety and Others
Discussion place for other conditions related to the Autism spectrum such as: PDD-NOS, Social Anxiety/Phobia and Childhood Disintegrative Disorder.
We say only a couple of words or absolutely no words unless absolutely needed.
We’ve all managed to figure out our alphabet, some simple math, etc.
You may or may not recall when learning to do some basic math it was a bit hard at first but after we started doing it more it gradually became easier, so why is it that we haven’t tried it with socializing? Why haven’t we begun to seek more social interactions which in my belief might just help socializing become as easy as knowing 2 + 2 or even your dare of birth.
Do we refuse to try because our brain is saying “what if this, what if that...” do we refuse because we don’t know what to say or how to continue on a conversation? Maybe?
So if we’re able to ignore the what if thoughts, and be able to know what to say, and be able to continue a conversation, would that allow you to socialize? Or would you still feel trapped? Because i believe that with practice &...