Re: You know, it's not really a surprise.
- From: David Cameron Staples <staples@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 01 Oct 2010 06:44:10 GMT
On 1/10/10 4:13 PM, Dan Birchall wrote:
staples@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (David Cameron Staples) wrote:
I went and saw a psych yesterday. And he administered some tests.
And in the afternoon he told me that yes, in fact, I do have
Asperger's. Now I can, as the saying goes, stop worrying and
get on with my life.
Or, you could focus intently and near-obsessively on something.
Wouldn't that come more naturally? For example, you could focus
intently on your tendency to focus intently on things. I haven't
yet suggested this to my intently-focused kid, for fear of getting
her into a recursive loop.
But, as you say, I don't need to focus intently on focussing intently.
My intent focus and near-obsession comes naturally and needs no
concentration to maintain. Although I imagine that it is possible to
gain an obsession on being obsessed, wouldn't it be self-fulfilling
rather than infinitely regressing?
Besides, focussing intently and near-obsessively on my perseverences is
*how* I relax and stop worrying.
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