Eye Contact

Eye contact: the conversation within the conversation“, by Cynthia Kim (Musings of an Aspie blog). She obtains more information from a person’s mouth and voice than she does from their eyes; discusses the discomfort that some/most Aspies feel when making eye contact; and talks about the uneven balance of social power (the other person is gathering data about the Aspie, while the Aspie is unable to do likewise). Another insightful post!


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