Why am I so critical and how to manage it

Posted by: alisrowe, June 13, 2018

The most common definition of to criticise is: “to express disapproval of the perceived faults or mistakes of someone or something.” People on the autistic spectrum are often described by other people, as being too critical. Someone who is too critical can be a difficult sort of person to be around. I know that I have a tendency to annoy people by pointing out their mistakes all the time, and that I can ruin other people’s enjoyment or experiences if we are out somewhere or doing something and all I do is find faults with the situation…

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