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  1. Nervous Rex

    I use rules to understand the world. What framework do you use?

    I have commented before that I think that NTs in society are like native English-speakers - they follow all the rules of English without necessarily knowing what they are. In this analogy, I'm not a native English speaker, so I either need someone to tell me the rules or I need to figure them...
  2. jleeb05


    I've always had a strict moral code/rule system. Following this code is very important to me. I get agitated when there is some deviation. I thought this was just me but the more I learn about being on the spectrum, the more I believe that many of us have a strict set of rules that allow us to...
  3. M

    Question about rule about link in profile and/or signature

    The rules say: "Members may have one link to their forum/website within their signature and profile." Which of the following does this mean? 1) At most one link in signature and one link in profile. The links in these two places must be identical. 2) At most one link in signature and one...
  4. DesertRose

    Rule following, clarification, please.

    I'm still researching. My question is about rule following. I'm a very old fashioned, traditional type woman. My question, of sorts, is this, (bear with me), would it be "rule following", where you do what is expected of you to do, even if there are no "rules" so to speak, simply bease thst is...
  5. nyxjord

    Guidelines or rules for ASD group at college

    As I've stated before, I started an ASD group for students at my college this past summer. Right now I am working on guidelines or rules for the group members to follow. I haven't been able to come up with much and am hoping to get some input for what you think would be some good guidelines for...
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