I have a friend who likes to say, “Normal is only a setting on the dryer.”
After years of dealing with “atypical” diagnoses, and “non-standard” behavior, I have to agree. People are just not “normal” – we are all weird.
And it isn’t just folks with a formal diagnosis that designates some definable difference – the weirdness is in all of us.
Of course, once you realize that, well, “weird” becomes “normal,” doesn’t it?