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How would you feel if you had the ability to shut yourself in your own Many people dream of doing this and people with a disorder called Autism are able to do this When they do this though many people label this as abnormal behaviour When youre autistic you do not just see things but you observe them Most humans see things and observe only when necessary thus a quotes comes you see but do not observe-Sherlock Holmes Observing is when you watch things very carefully and every detail comes across as important When you observe things in detail the world can be an over whelming place to be especially with a disorder making an alternative world necessary In the book Curious Incident by Mark Haddon there is a main character names Christopher who has autism Reading this book allows you a view of how things would be with observing along side his Autism Due to his Autism Christopher observes things in situation most dismiss I pulled the fork out of the dog and lifted him into my arms He was leaking blood this quote goes further on to explain the features of the dog and what color his skin is under all the fur A person without Autism would find it hard to think so clear headedly looking at a gruesome sight Especially a detail that does not have any reason they just observe every detail labelling them as important Not many would notice the features of the dog bleeding in their arms The thing they could register is their feelings This is one situation in the beginning of the book that shows that Christophers Autism enables him to observe information in tragic situations Many people dont comprehend the logic that comes with observing an incident 92 said that she was wrongbut Marilyn vos Savant was right Here are
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