Ok really she makes us “smart” ppl look like idiots
Last week during Emma’s RPM session with B. they discussed interviews, the act of interviewing another person and the reasons one might interview another: for jobs, schools, etc. They discussed where an interview might take place, one on one and in person, a group interview, by telephone, over email, etc. I don’t have Emma’s permission to write about the interview she then conducted with an imaginary person, but as a result of all of this, I decided to continue with this idea of an interview in our session at home. So I asked Emma whether she wanted to be the interviewer or the one being interviewed.
Emma wrote, “I want to know what you think about autism and am curious to understand why wasted time is spent being against a way of thinking.” Later she added to that last part, “and being.” So the sentence read, “I want to know…
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