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holistic approach

Discussion in 'General Autism Discussion' started by danjustlovescoffee, Oct 3, 2021.

  1. Gracey

    Gracey Well-Known Member

    Jun 30, 2017
    Being less afraid of how others might judge gait and any differences between theirs and ours works it's way toward acceptance of self as a whole person,

    Not just a somebody with a different gait and motor skills.
    We are infinitely more than a gait and motor skills.

    I think only surgery removes what we're born with.
    we can accept and adapt though.
  2. Pieceofmind

    Pieceofmind Active Member

    Jun 29, 2021
    Yup I learn from first looking at things whole too and then analyzing different parts of it while gaining many different angles of perception on it. I am a heavy trial and error learner, I make a lot of mistakes in a messy fashion and a lot of modifications before I do something efficiently. I'm not a fast learner at all unless I'm already familiar with some base mechanics of a certain thing.