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  1. M

    It's you who upsets you, not the events themselves.

    Albert Ellis started a revolution in psychotherapy by introducing the world to a form of therapy founded on a profoundly helpful insight of the ancient Stoic philosopher, Epictetus. It goes like this: It is not the events in your life that upset you; it is rather the way you interpret or think...
  2. MrSpock

    Dysrationalia - are aspies somewhat immune?

    Thanks to @WildCat for posting this link (more competently) in another thread. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/rational-and-irrational-thought-the-thinking-that-iq-tests-miss/ There was obviously a time when I did not know enough to understand those puzzles, but there wasn't a time...
  3. sKeptic

    Searching for people like me, who thinks in systems and only in systems.

    Hello and have a great day (or night)! I don't think I have significant ASD traits other than sensory (e.g. I really HATE silk) and maybe rules/order-related, my RAADSR score is about 110, which is pretty medium. But people with HFA/AS are the only ones who I can identify with. Others just...
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