Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'workarounds'.

More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Hello!
    • Introduce Yourself
  • Asperger's Help & Advice
    • Symptoms & Diagnosis
    • Help & Resources
  • Living With Asperger Syndrome
    • Friendships & Relationships
    • Education & Work
    • Medication & Therapy
  • General Chatter
    • General Discussion
    • Motivational Meadow
    • Moot Point
  • Asperclicker's Lounge
    • Member Exclusives
    • Meeting In Real Life
  • Forum Announcements
    • Updates and Rules
    • Feedback
  • Photography Club's Discussion
  • Photography Club's Galleries
  • Furry Club's Topics
  • Computing Club's Topics
  • Prog rock's Reviews and Recommendations
  • Prog rock's General Discussion
  • Languages's Language learning resources
  • Languages's Language learning
  • Languages's Language teaching
  • Languages's Translation and linguistics
  • Languages's English language
  • Languages's Topics
  • Retro Gaming Club's Topics
  • Anime Club's Ghost in The Shell Movie
  • Animal club's Pets
  • Jazz, Jazz Funk / Rock and Fusion's Topics
  • Cartoon artwork's Topics
  • Australasians' club's Help, Support and Advice
  • Australasians' club's Education and working life
  • Australasians' club's Friends and Family
  • Australasians' club's Meeting others in person

Product Groups

  • Asperclick Merchandise
  • Autism Products

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...

Found 1 result

  1. I'll start: I've developed a few social workarounds, some unintentionally and simply a result of adaptation. One of them is using group meetings as a means of talking to people without being as nervous, and getting an online contact where I can talk to them online where I'm more comfortable. In terms of unintentional adaptation, I've noticed that sometimes in a conversation with someone, without either of us realising, I will manage to learn information about the person without even intentionally steering the conversation in that direction or asking that question. Something unrelated simply pops up during the conversation, my brain automatically detects a possible link, and deduces the information. As an example, I was just chatting and posting stuff with a friend, and without even asking or realising, I learnt his sign and favourite colour as a byproduct of something entirely unrelated. When I told him that, and he realised, his response was simply "haha well done".
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.