Minimising the glass jar during socialising

Posted by: alisrowe, April 23, 2015

glass-jar-glass-wallGlass Jar Theory states that, people with ASD live inside glass jars. They can see everyone around them but when they try to ‘touch’ any of them, there is a glass wall preventing this from happening. We have decided that it is the triad of impairments that cause the formation of the glass jar around every autistic person. The glass jar represents a number of things, including: social anxiety, feeling “different,” not fitting in, being an observer…

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