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imthemom
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19 Dec 2012, 4:18 pm

I just posted "mystery disorder(s). I wanted to ask this question too. When my daughter was little she used to ask what things were saying, like if I said the pop bottle tipped over, she would ask, "What is it saying? It annoyed me. She grew out of it. Then we were at my sister in law's recently and her son has Aspergers and he was messing around with the tv and he kept asking what it was saying. I know he didn't mean what did the grid read. He's 7 years old. I know him pretty well. Has anyone else noticed this with anyone in the spectrum?



knifegill
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19 Dec 2012, 4:28 pm

I don't think that's unusual at all.



emimeni
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19 Dec 2012, 11:28 pm

I've never did this myself, but I often personified objects in my head. I separated fantasy from reality enough that, for example, my stuffed dog didn't have any thoughts, opinions, etc., but I did it anyway. :lol: :P It could be an unusual manifestation of imagination.


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