"So how do people with autism see the world, exactly? We, and only we, can ever know the answer to that one! Sometimes I actually pity you for not being able to see the beauty of the world in the same way we do. Really, our vision of the world can be incredible, just incredible." Naoki Higashida (pg. 59)
This totally explains how our perspective determines what we see as "true." Here's to understanding that what is true for me and what is true for you are not different realities, but an opportunity for us to have a conversation and explore where we are both human. -DM
Look inside yourself first. The way you perceive interactions with others and the decisions you make as a result are your #responsibility, positive or negative, Creator does not judge; the only ones making them are us. When we approach our relationships without expectation and/or attachment, removed from the influence of the false perceptions of #Ego, we are free to experience Truth. ~G. Nibiru
The most frustrating thing when it comes to trying to talk about problems (even if it's not mental illness) is the other person makes it about themselves and that either they've "had it harder" or "your problem aren't as bad as *insert their problem*" Why do we feel we have to outweigh each other in who has or has had it the worst? We all go through and process things differently.