I`d think you`d be surprise by how insensitive I am in real life. People mistake my overreacting to stuff as a emotional sensitivity. I simply don`t like poor facts and bad information it`s not an personal thing. People here still think of me as lundgrenisgod, when I was suffering from a sleep disorder, I`ve moved on, and much more emotionally stable.
But I do agree that the problem with as is the lack of appropriate role models. Ours traits are very much the ugly duckling type. We shouldn`t try to emulate charismatic people, we should try to emulate those who are impartial, not emotional, and consistent. This is why it`s such an identity issue. In short we come across as socially children, and we need to skip that in between stage and move on to direct maturity.
I don't understand what you're saying here completely. I think I'm gifted in the fact that I'm good at acting the part (if I care enough). My biggest issue is that I want to be a natural, and I want to be interested in the things normal people are interested in.
If I have friends over for example. I end up doing my own thing, but enjoying the fact that I'm providing an environment where they can have a good time together. I can't be a good friend, or have any kind of relationship, but I can put on a pretty damn good act if I have the desire.
I'm extremely gifted in certain areas, that I believe can be attributed to Aspergers.