Communication and Interacting With Others

ASD affects everyone differently. You are the one who understands how you interact with others and how you interpret situations. What is important in regards to communication is that most people around you are not on the autism spectrum so they communicate differently. As an adult with ASD you most likely take things literally in written and spoken formats, whereas a person without ASD is able to interpret the possible sarcasm and also the figurative meaning of oral and written communications. As an adult, during communication interactions you may have difficulty in predicting the outcome of communication whereas a person…

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