I first heard about ‘the spectrum‘ from a classmate of mine, in 1997. She is, was an advocate for his brother with Asperger’s… which is a certain level of atypical brain syndrome. The mildest is dyslexia, and the spectrum goes all the way to full blown autism.
We have lost touch since, but she has helped me to understand some of the differences I experienced. Differences from others. Continue reading “The atypical brain, being on the spectrum. Genius? Moron?”