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50 Positive Characteristics of People with Asperger's

1. are able to easily forgive others

2. are conscientious, reliable, and honest

3. are enthusiastic and have a propensity for obsessive research, thus developing a broad and deep base of knowledge in subjects of interest

4. are free of prejudice

5. are intelligent and talented

6. are less inclined to be fickle or bitchy than their neurotypical counterparts

7. are more likely than those of the general population to pursue a university education

8. are not inclined to lie to others

9. are not inclined to steal from others

10. are not likely to be bullies, con artists, or social manipulators

11. are not motivated by an intense social drive to spend time with whoever happens to be available

12. are persistent, and when they set their minds to something or make a promise, they can usually be trusted to follow through

13. are unlikely to launch unprovoked attacks, verbal or otherwise

14. are untainted by the judgments that people often make regarding one another's social position or social skills

15. are very accepting of the quirks and idiosyncrasies of others

16. bring a highly original perspective to problem solving

17. can be selective, choosing honest, genuine, dependable people who share their interests

18. can bring up a variety of interesting facts

19. can listen to people’s problems and provide a fresh perspective, offering pure assessments based on the information provided

20. can recall fine details that others miss

21. can relax and be themselves without fearing social censure

22. don’t attack the reputations of those around them

23. don’t discriminate against anyone based on race, gender, age, or any other surface criteria

24. don’t force others to live up to demanding social expectations

25. don't have hidden agendas

26. don’t play head games

27. don’t take advantage of other’s weaknesses

28. don't usually recognize hierarchies, and so are unlikely to give someone superior status simply because that person is wealthy or has attained a high position in an organization

29. have a good work ethic

30. have a lot of passion when engaging in activities they like, which may translate into a talent for certain athletic pursuits

31. have a tendency to adhere to routines

32. have above-average intelligence

33. have an acute sensitivity that supports creative talents

34. have exceptional memories

35. have extreme endurance

36. have high integrity

37. have no interest in harming others

38. have one or more highly developed talents

39. have talents for swimming, rowing, running, bodybuilding, or other activities that require sustained physical effort

40. have values that aren't shaped by financial, social, or political influences

41. judge people based on their behavior – not the color of their skin or socioeconomic status

42. like to spend time alone and are perfectly capable of entertaining themselves

43. loathe small talk and trivialities, preferring instead to talk about significant things that will enhance their knowledge base

44. make very good employees if able to control their pace and work within either a solitary or socially supportive environment

45. pay attention to detail

46. stick to their positions, even in the face of intense social pressure

47. tend to become proficient in the technological media required for lucrative employment in the “information age”

48. tend to prefer individual sports to team sports, as there are no social demands and they can exercise complete control over the activity

49. who develop an interest in sport or fitness are likely to work at it every day, often for long periods of time

50. will not go along with the crowd if they know that something is wrong

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mertonparrish Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Your page looks fantastic, Randall!
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leothefox Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2015   Artist
:hug: Thank you for all the fave-love, my friend :hug:
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mertonparrish Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2015
Do you know what I think would be cool, Randall? Do your new watercolor technique as the background for a piece.  Then, draw something in pencil on top of that... a mandala, a figure, a flower, something abstract.  Then ink what you drew with fine or thicker black marker.  then colorize, somehow, a little or a lot, what you drew... but not too much... let the watercolor still show through.  Then add some little ornaments, highlights or something with gold and or silver leaf pen, a while goache pen, or both. 

I think that could be fabulous.  Mixed media.  I think you new watercolor pieces are really cool.  Some of them could be the springboard for new mixed media pieces.  You could also use the new water color pieces as backgrounds for collages or do a really mixed media piece and do what I describe above (or something else you think up, or a variation of what I describe) and combine that with some appliled collage stuff. 

What do you think?  That occurred to me when I was looking at your new pieces.  It could be that you are sort of making your own, very fancy paper, which could be stationary, backgrounds for other mixed media pieces, or could stand on its own.  If you do not want to mess up your original watercolor, you could add mixed media to a color xerox of the water color piece. 

K, these are my thoughts for you.  Great new pieces.  Just some ideas that occurred to me when I saw them.  Sent you some favs and comments, dear Randall.

Merton :)
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VanadiumTaintedBeryl Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Thank you!  Hope you are well. :heart:
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FlowerOfTheForest Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you so much for :+fav:ing
There comes a time by FlowerOfTheForest
It's most appreciated. :hug:
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YwEnDe Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2015  Student General Artist
Thank you so much for the fav! :)
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KatandKitty Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2015
Thank you for the fav!
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LostChemist Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks for the fav! =D
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mertonparrish Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2015
My Dear Randall, your "How I live" essay/testimony is so wonderful. What informative and inspiring words!  Go Randall, and thank you for sharing your story with us.  So important, so good for people to read.  I send you my love and support, my dear friend!
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leothefox Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2015   Artist
:hug: Thanks for faving my journal, buddy!
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