dekaspace wrote: »
I am a member of a library but part of point I was making that I can't tell what I want when I want it (and books take up a lot of space) even in contexts of reading.
Libraries are not 24/7 so would require me to know in advance what I want to read.
tomtontom wrote: »
This is getting silly, you'll use anything to justify your current lifestyle. I've got a stack of library books next to me (allowed 12 at a time), I might only read one of them in the time I have them, and they take up less room than my laptop.
You don't need visual stimulation at 1am. All tv internet etc is going to do is stop you sleeping.
dekaspace wrote: »
Go away, you know nothing about autism and comparing me to a regular person.
You fail to understand patterns of logic in my brain
Get some manners and go read up on autism since books take up little space.
You don't understand context either.
If I don't feel like reading then do at 10pm at night how can I go to a library? If I go to a library and don't know what I am looking for how can I take books out?
If I have some books in say sci fi but I want to read a thriller how can I if its late at night?
If I was justifying my lifestyle why would I mention things like a tablet as an alternative.
Get some context and do some research into autism and you will understand.
missbiggles1 wrote: »
I really think you ought to stop looking at things as if you're in some way special and then you might take some notice of all the helpful advice you've been offered. It is, after all, only you who can improve your life.
Re the books - if you can take out 6/12 books you have plenty of scope to take out a wide range of genres so that, if you fancy a thriller one evening, you'll have a couple to choose from, as you would if you fancied sci fi, humour, romance or whatever.
faerielight wrote: »
what about getting some adult colouring books and coloured pencils? It's so absorbing and relaxing.. I thought it was a stupid idea until I tried it.. the ones by Johanna Basford are intricate and magical.: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lost-Ocean-Inky-Adventure-Colouring/dp/0753557150/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1466362572&sr=1-1&keywords=johanna+basford https://www.amazon.co.uk/Secret-Garden-Inky-Treasure-Colouring/dp/1780671067?ie=UTF8&ref_=asap_bc https://www.amazon.co.uk/Enchanted-Forest-Inky-Quest-Colouring/dp/1780674872?ie=UTF8&ref_=asap_bc If you want to get really cheap ones, although they are only a fiver on Amazon, pound shops do some too.
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