Yes, therefore, adults with developmental disorders perceive what others say incorrectly.
(Some people perceive what others say incorrectly because they can’t record flows of conversations and it falls off because of other causes)
It produces bad communications, and they blame and vilify others and have paranoia.
Also, others around them who are with developmental disorders are irritated intensely.
Normal human beings can perceive the seventy present[nonverbal communication], so even if others utter wrong words, they can perceive the atmosphere, facial expression, voice tone, attitudes. In addition to that, they can take consideration the past and personality at the same time, and in their brains they can “revise” wrong words what others uttered.
Also, even if others don’t utter words, normal human beings can think of others’ backgrounds and present situations. Therefore, they can feel what others would like to say and want.
*Of course, there are many people who can’t do that even they are not with developmental disorders.
There are like “unspoken rules” in society, and those who are without developmental disorders share such rules.
Therefore, they can read their minds each other.
Even others’ explanation aren’t enough, they can understand others’ real intentions.
However, there are many cases which adults with developmental disorders can’t do that.
They react to only the words at that time.
If this were all, it would be fine.
However, in addition to that, they see things with their twisted frames they created.
Therefore, the facts are falsified often.
That is extremely burdensome.
I suffered a lot from them.
Suppose, there is a person of character: who see you from higher and winder point of view and consider you with big heart.
However, when they accept only words cutting words from the person and see him or her by the filter which they created and twisted, sometimes the person becomes the opposite character among them.
It seems that they think the person is selfish: who insulted them, spoke ill of them, exploited always and always changed what the person said.
To be continued.