How people with autism see the world: Gaze of those with the condition bypasses faces to see details such as colour and contrast


This article How people with autism see the world: Gaze of those with the condition bypasses faces to see details such as colour and contrast makes me understand myself better. I love colour and contrast and I depend more on sound compared to faces.

I appreciate my parents to help me during childhood. It doesn’t mean to let them overrule my life choices. I thank the Lord to cross path with a sister in Christ who shares about her past and God’s loving kindness to be upon her. The problem is I care too much of their opinions in me. Thus causes my own misery.

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