Do you remember any kids who seemed out of sync with the social side of things? Maybe someone who could get good grades but couldn’t pick up on non-verbal cues? Anyone who seemed unusually sensitive to noise, touch, or chaos? “Autism” covers a pretty broad spectrum. I’m pretty sure that if my family were tested, at least half would have it in some form, all the way back to my grandfather.
It’s probably epigenetic.
You are talking about normal anti-social qualities-—which are because of environments/habituation.
You can tell the difference with neuron damage-—it is more like mercury poisoning-—much more than just “odd” behavior—abnormal brain/movements.
Socially backward parents will model that behavior to their children and children will copy it.
It is dangerous when corporations/schools make billions off of abnormal kids and vaccines/pills. They have started drugging millions of boys-—who were like Einstein/Edison/Mark Twain who were bored in schools——why put toxins in kids—when you don’t even understand the effects of psychotrophic drugs-—but understand they create Kip Kinkles and Adam Lanzas and the Columbine kids.
All of a sudden we need to “medicate” little kids (insanity and evil)-—50 years ago that would NOT have been allowed-—it would have been seen for the evil that it is.
I suffered from being self conscious and shy in school. Was given derisive looks by the popular kids at times and the other half seemingly invisible. Picked last for gym teams, unless it was my best friend choosing, that wonderful stocky-built girl with the Mohawk and kind, accepting nature. I remember my own mother fighting with me in my bedroom when I was 6 years old, at one point pulling my hair, to make me go out and talk to the girl down the block that had come calling. Guess she didn’t understand I wasnt in the mood to play with the girl after her sister accused me of “Pushing” her when we were skipping down the sidewalk and she fell and busted her chin a bit. I thought I was just “shy always heard that word from family. But after having come across this word Aspergers and read up on it I’m convinced I probably have it.