Female Aspies are very interesting to me.
As part of the course lectures, the Growth Mindset theory came up. I’m sure that I have already taken this test before, but it was still intriguing to see that I have a mostly growth mindset (I agreed with 1 of the Fixed Mindset statements and 7 Growth Mindset statements). I was also interested to come across holamisslise’s post wherein she described that as an Aspie (a person with Asperger’s Syndrome), she considers the fact that she may have very different answers than if she were neurotypical. I have this thought often too, and was actually expecting myself to have more of a Fixed Mindset (more typical of autistic thinking), just as she also had.