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5 Fun “Autistic Things” You Can Do To Help Make The World A Better Place For Everyone (Including Yourself)
Make an effort to “do your day” a little slower (and perhaps a little more purposeful and present) than you normally would. This will help create a sense of calm within you as well as the world around you.
Make a commitment to notice one specific thing throughout the corse of your day, like hearts or red cars. Doing this will help expand and improve your focus and perhaps change your perspective.
Try to look at or understand something that is a stress or troubling to you from a different (perhaps more positive) perspective than you normally would. This will help make that something that is a stress or troubling to you much easier to accept.
Make an effort to extend yourself and relate with someone – anyone you meet or encounter during the corse of your day. You can do this by simply asking what their favorite kind of cookie or sweet treat is. Looking for things we share in common will help facilitate much needed connection and help ease the feelings of loneliness that are so prevalent in our world today.
Make an effort to include someone you wouldn’t normally include in one or more of your daily activities. Afterward, write about your experience and how you felt by doing that. Doing this will help us naturally learn to become more open to and accept differences and diversity much easier than we do now.