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Thoughts on how schooling, nowadays, is forcing kids to develop traits of Asperger’s Syndrome

In a recent conversation, I found myself mentioning something interesting (which is all speculation at this time): It seems, to me, that schooling, nowadays, tends to create Asperger-like traits in kids.  That is to say, it teaches kids traits of Asperger … Continue reading

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Thoughts on some aspects of the ‘Rift Personality’ type

There is something I now call the ‘Rift Personality’.  Previously I called it by other names.  I didn’t understand what it was at first but, as time went on, I’ve begun to understand and see this condition more clearly.  I’ve seen … Continue reading

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An example of strong mental apprehension in the ‘Rift Personality’

Some time ago I was able to observe a 10 year old girl with signs of what I often call the ‘Rift Personality’ or ‘Rift Illness’ (over sensitivity, over concentration, ‘crib reflex’, and tendency to feel detached)  that was quite … Continue reading

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