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The body language barrier 

I’m not that great at reading body language or facial expressions, and because of that I tend to overanalyze everything people do, trying to understand what they’re really saying. 186 more words

Asperger Syndrome

Springtime wants

The past few days my thoughts have been scattered far and wide. Work has been busy, as it always is just before I take a few well-deserved days off. 843 more words

How To Feel Good in Social Situations (When You've Always Been Isolated?)

Tonight it’s ‘King’s Night’ in The Netherlands, the appetizer to the famous King’s Day (FKA Queensday). People from all over the world travel to Amsterdam to be a part of this enormous event and get wasted. 504 more words

Therapy

A Pro-Human Anti-Social...?

You know what my problem is when it comes to socializing? I remember things. Apparently that is not something humans usually do.

It is like I have this special storage unit for each certain individual in the corners of my mind so when I have conversations with them, I store that tiny information about them in my head. 1,004 more words

Mental Health

Let's Talk Puppies! (And Vaccines)

Let’s talk puppies! It’s getting to be that time of year and on the cusp of returning from an amazing seminar with Linda Kaim of… 574 more words

Dog Training

The European Axis of Life and the American One

In Europe, life generally revolves around three locations: the café, the bar, and the club.

During the daytime, one goes to the café to socialize and drink coffee, smoke cigarettes and sometimes down a little bit of alcohol. 639 more words

Philosophizing

Conversation Ice Breakers

When you first meet someone, whether it’s at a job interview, on a first date, at an uncomfortable Christmas party, in line at the DMV, over the phone with AT&T Customer Service, or at the STD clinic, making conversation can be difficult. 559 more words

Humor