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Having "sound-bites" for conversations

pelecanus87

Well-Known Member
I've observed that someone will bring up a topical event which I have in fact thought quite a bit about, but I will say nothing or very little about the subject because I can't convert my thoughts into easily-digestible sound-bites. I suppose I could try to ramble on, but I feel my rambling just won't fit the pace of many conversations.

NTs seem to do this effortlessly. I wonder why this is.

Also, could aspies benefit by focusing on forming their thoughts into "sound-bites" for conversation?
 
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