Asperger’s and imagination

This article points out that we often define people by our expectations, rather than by a more open ended standard.  I absolutely agree with the position that many people with Asperger’s have wonderful imaginations.

A client I work with always has stories to tell me, stories full of imagination. As a matter of fact, her family has occasionally complained that she prefers her imaginary friends to some family interactions!  We are working on this – when is it appropriate to journey inwards and when is it better to be a part of the world around you? When you are working with horses you absolutely need to be “in the moment!”

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