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  1. Stuttermabolur

    Excessively complimenting people

    I tend to compliment people a lot. In the middle of a conversation I will say that the conversation is good, or that they have good points. If I notice some interesting piece of clothing (like octopus socks) I will compliment people on that and even during family dinner I will compliment the...
  2. inabox

    How do you respond to Compliments...?

    Does anyone understand this? I have trouble doing things like returning compliments. Things I should do and most times I want to. Like someone says to me "hope you have a good summer". I should reply "you too" and I want to, either because its polite or I actually mean it, or both. But something...
  3. Vindicator Phoenix

    Compliments for the Other Side! <3

    If you have autism, say something nice about a neurotypical person you've met, or something nice about neurotypical people. If you're neurotypical, say something nice about someone with autism, or about people with autism. I've met some neurotypical counselors, over the last five years, and...
  4. sisselcakes

    Theory of mind and ASD/NT relationships

    I was talking with a friend of mine and had an epiphany of sorts. Would like your feedback. I recently broached the maybe-you-have-Asperger's subject with my bf. We have had some relationship issues I felt were influenced by his ASD-like thinking. He is almost 50 years old and says no one has...
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