After starting to read the book "the other hand asperger syndrome" came across last paragraph on socialising friends present and past. It was chilling when it described when asperger children don't have the bullying they suffer recognised and unreported. I was bullied from the age of 9-11 years old for a skin condition. Didn't tell my parents one of the bullies was a boy wwho was a teacher at the school. The lesson it talks about is that others are out to trick them to make fun of them and make them look stupid. (Not sure I believe this
As I had a sheltered childhood with being with a church environment at 18 years old with people who loved me and I could trust.
The one thing I suffered from like it's written I have suffered in the past with my husband that perceived cristism of themselves and it is this heightened sensitivity that partners may experience be first hand when trying to discuss how they f feel about a particular issue.
This explains why I perceived cristism without knowing the truth of what is being said. Bullying made me a sensitive person even more. Feeling like you can't do enough and what ever you do is not good enough. It's like trying to feed a beast who is always hungry. I never realised that bullying could be carried forward into the future. I.e young adult to now.
"Fascinating as Spock would say, Still loving finding out stuff and once I get my head around the implications of this and what it means,