About Me

2013: I’m Mehdi Rezaee, born 1980 in Iran. I love psychoanalysis and I believe in it. I decided to share my ideas about love shyness here in this blog.

2014: I changed my way towards Autism. Actually love shyness and ASD has a lot in common. I’m trying to involve Freudian theories into study of Autism. I am working hard to prepare a theory paper to define ASD based on Freudian psychoanalysis.

2015: My efforts now is to grab attentions towards relation of sexuality and ASD.

P.S.1: I’m not english. may english is not perphekt and may have faults. apology.

P.S.2: I’m trying to spread a new idea. a new idea even if it is not perfect is better than having no idea. If by reading the posts of this blog you feel that it is a new idea which could be helpful or meaningful (even a little) Please help and contribute to spread it. Please give your comments and your idea about it. It will help a lot.

P.S.3: Any Critics or corrections are welcome. Feel free.


24 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Oh no! I just realised that I accidentally copied your name! I didn’t think to search first and see if someone else called themselves “psychsciencegirl”. However, I am inspired by you already and the fact that we went for the same name shows that we have a lot in common. We are even the same age. 🙂
    I will be really interested to read what you turn up in your research this year, especially when it comes to ASD clients who refer to themselves as asexual or appear to be ambivalent about whether or not they are close to people.
    Anyway, nice to meet you and I hope to compare notes with you in the future!

    • Good accident ! Actually we don’t have the same name but psych & science will definitely attract me.
      anyway; thank you and nice to meet you too. It would be my honor if you give your comments on posts.

      About this blog; 2 or 3 years ago, I strongly decided to devote a part of my life to study about social impairments and I found that I actually shall work on autism. The idea which I work on and try to prepare a paper is weird and complex and it is hard to gain attentions to but I’m determined to do my best.

      Also you mentioned a good point; asexuality and autism. even being asexual or claim of it could be a sign that ASD is connected to sexuality. I think we shall look for what is missing (or hidden or denied) to understand the matter.

  2. Hi! Thanks for following my blog. I’ve written three articles that either touch on or are all about Freudian ideas. Since you’re looking into a connection between Autism Spectrum Disorder and psychoanalysis, you might want to look into Object Relations Theory (Melanie Klein, Fairbairn, Winnicott, Guntrip, Bowlby, etc.). I think it could lead to some good insights for you. 🙂

  3. Hello: I’m not into Freud or psychoanalysis, but there is plenty for you to discover about ASD (Asperger’s mostly) on my blog. I hope you find it useful. I will look forward to your reading your posts. Thanks for the follow (I will follow your blog) aspergerhuman.wordpress.com

    • Bonjour,

      J’ai accumulĂ© beaucoup de retard dans mon travail, mais aussi suis Ă©puisĂ©e et souffrante. NavrĂ©e de ne pas pouvoir pour un certain temps, me rĂ©jouir de vos commentaires, vos suggestions ainsi que votre prĂ©sence. J’ai besoin de rĂ©cupĂ©rer et puis m’occuper un peu plus de ma famille et de mon travail. Vous ĂŞtes prĂ©sent dans mon esprit Ă  tout moment. Merci de ne pas faire apparaitre ce commentaire.

      Bien Ă  vous

  4. Mehdi, your blog is currently included on our Actually Autistic Blogs List (anautismobserver.wordpress.com). Please click on the “How do you want your blog listed?” link at the top of that site to personalize your blog’s description.
    Thank you.
    Judy (An Autism Observer)

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