Lou-C-PherFeatured By OwnerOct 27, 2013Hobbyist General Artist
Lol My dad calls it "when I go out of my room" but I try to interact with my family more and more The only problem is that I can't tell sometimes when he's busy with something, which irritates the hell out of him :/
This. I feel horribly flustered and panicked when I have to interact with people without my full control, such as someone entering my room or hugging me randomly. It's stressful. But I can walk up to someone or hug them easier if I'm the one initiating it. Not them.
I agree with thinking like a cat most of the time, however, I think of my mind (when I’m with my mom or a teacher) as a dog’s because I will do whatever the one in charge wants me to do and I won’t complain about it.
Very true, in some cases. I've always equated autism with being cat-like, in different ways. In contrast, I also associate ADHD with dogs (not meant as an insult). I have yet to be tested, but I have strong suspicions that I am somewhere on the spectrum. What with the attention factor, I give hugs freely, but sometimes I panic when being hugged or touched because I don't like restraint.