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Happily Clueless…Another aspie blog

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Blog - Happily Clueless…Another aspie blog


Since I like to categorize things, here are the main topic streams:
Aspie, unknowingly - How I coped (or didn't) with my condition before the diagnosis.
My Aspie-ness - Since every Aspie is unique, I might as well describe how it looks like on me. I browsed tons of posts like these, before looking for a diagnosis.
Aspie Viewpoints - How I feel about certain things that Aspies might deal with.

Get to know me:

I have recently been diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, and my coach told me I should write a book about my experience of coping with life fairly well despite the challenges which are now wonderfully clear. By “fairly well” I mean having brilliant results in grade school, being able to live independently (though not financially) and serenely through college and graduate school, to study and work abroad for a while, and to engage in somewhat original activities. I have neither any exceptional abilities nor a Mensa IQ, so I normally pass for a shy girl, a bit of a dork and much of a nerd. Maybe a bit rude. I must say I feel quite lucky to have no clue about what other people think of me. Hence, “Happily clueless”.

I believe a great deal of my success in adapting to the neurotypical world can be traced back to good schooling, a little bit of luck, and a family who has always been supportive both on the educational and the financial side. They are definitely too pushy when it comes to do’s and dont’s, but nobody is perfect.

Regarding the rest, though, I would like to accept the suggestion from my coach, and write about it all. I would rather do it in form of a blog, because it’s more direct and accessible to people of my age or younger, inexpensive, and I like blogging anyway. I might write a book too, since parents (at least in my home country) don’t use social networks so much.


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