I am still trying to understand what SX looks like IRL. So I am throwing out provocative examples to see what sticks and what doesn't.
I have never labelled anyone's behaviour as an attribute of SX. I haven't yet even as I write this.
I don't know enough about it to draw any firm conclusions so far.
And when I understand the variants better, I will adjust my own responses to compensate, both for the needs of the people in my life and my own. That is my way. More tools in my toolbox of understanding.
I still feel you are, because you are interpreting everything I say through this lens, this lens that assumes I am or have already been going around judging all this negative behaviour as SX behaviour.Who do you think is jumping to judgments/conclusions, really...?
I am glad you are not offended and I do respect your viewpoint, and I would hope if nothing else is clear, that is.Again, I'm not offended in the least by anything you've said. Even the unsolicited advice. That doesn't mean I have to agree with it. We are coming at this with very different sets of values and assumptions and perhaps we'll never be able to understand the other's perspective, but we should aim to respect it, at least.
I wasn't trying to make any accusations here against SX.