No doubt that takes an entire lifetime. But I can certainly see, at 32, that it can’t be shown to me by a single year, or a single test, or a single decade of my life. It’s exactly like learning any other subject. At first you know nothing about it, then you get these little … Continue reading I’m learning who I am
As logically as me? Yes. It is too much to expect. I’ve been approaching the world as though I would be doing someone an injustice, a disservice, or that I would be insulting them by acknowledging the difference in logical capability between us. I can still love you. That doesn’t mean I have to talk … Continue reading Is it too much to expect others to think logically?
Given this, how do I do my life differently than I have been? Never worry about quality, because the quality will be there. My goal in finishing my PSAT was to finish the test first, not to get the highest score. I accomplished my goal: I finished first. The quality was there anyway. I think … Continue reading So how do I do my life differently than I have been?
After much discussion, I’ve come to see that I’m in massive, massive denial about who I am in relation to most of the people I interact with, in terms of intelligence. One of my wise teachers told me, today, that she sees in my behavior something like a cat batting around a dead mouse, hoping … Continue reading batting around a dead mouse, hoping that the mouse will play
nih: “Youngsters with pediatric bipolar disorder and healthy peers who have first-degree relatives with bipolar disorder share the same difficulty labeling facial emotions, NIMH researchers have discovered. Reporting in the February 2008 online edition of the American Journal of Psychiatry, the scientists suggest that the facial emotion recognition impairment might be part of an inherited … Continue reading “Bipolar Youths’ Misreading of Faces May be Risk Marker for Illness”