Aspies Book/How can I make my life more predictive

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Purpose of this chapter "How can I make my life more predictive"[edit]

The reason is to do self regulating rules for one to follow, and even kind of "competition rules" (Its purpose is to make your life more stable).

predictive rules[edit]

These rules are made with great detail so it will be possible to cope with a problem in a specific and an easy to understand way.

Sleep rules (group)[edit]

These are rules regarding sleeping as a priority

rule: "7 days sleep rule"[edit]

  • Purpose of the rule

You can follow this rule if you find it troublesome to get enough sleep, letting your body get the rest it needs.

  • Why this rule is useful

If you have trouble deciding when you should go to sleep this rule could help with decision making.

  • Why this rule is not useful

It is not yet complete, or other reason. (add freely)

Actions or procedures[edit]

Choose between the explanations. If you do not understand the first explanation skip it, and read the next explanation. You can understand successfully this rule by reading the first or the second explanation, because both explanations try to explain the same thing but in a different way so that as a large audience as possible may be able to understand what is explained.


  1. Explanation1:
  • If you read this now, and wish to follow this rule, go to sleep now if the clock shows 23:00 or past 23:00.
  • If the clock is before 23:00 you can decide yourself when to sleep, but it is advised you sleep within the last 15 minutes until the clock shows 23:00. When you wake up, note the time it is somewhere where you can keep stable track of these notes.
  1. Explanation2 (not yet updated): If you wish to start following this rule it means that if the time is past 23:00, you'll save any unsaved work, close your computer and prepare for sleep, and then go to sleep. In the morning note down the time you woke up. If you do this you can claim rightly that you've followed the rule partly by saying: 'Rule "7 days sleep rule" partly followed.'
Problems and questions[edit]
  1. Explanation1: If you are willing to follow this rule even as the time is after 23:00 and you've been awake for more than 15 hours, then you will follow the rule partly "rule followed within x extra hours"
  • if you go to sleep within 1 hour after 23:00, then you can say "rule:7 days competition rule1" followed 1 hour.
  • if you go to sleep within 2 hours after 23:00, then you can say "rule:7 days competition rule1" followed 2 hours.
Prerequisites[edit]
  1. To follow this rule you need to know the time you woke up, either by having noted it down or remembered(not recommended) it.
    1. You also need to have been awake for no more than 15 hours. If you know when you will be awake for more than 15 hours, then go to sleep before that limit is passed.

Chat "rules" (group)[edit]

These are rules for use in a chatroom or in private messages. Some of these rules might not be accepted to be used in certain chatrooms by the channel operators, and some rules might also be disliked (or liked) in private message chatting.

rule:basic actions about communication[edit]

This specific rule has the above title as name

Why this rule is useful[edit]
  1. If you want to meet new people these rules could help
  2. Helps get yourself organised if you've got very bad experiences in the chat room(any chat room), and you do not wish anymore to chat with people there. In this case these rules might help you communicate the basic things, like greeting, saying goodbye. Asking people to be polite etc.
Why this rule is not useful[edit]

The basics of communication is known to many people, and that might make them see these rules as something very simple as they already know them.

Prerequisites[edit]

Prerequisites might be needed for subsections, but not on this section.

Actions or procedures[edit]
  1. Explanation1 option 1: This section is about sending messages in the public chat room
    1. Greeting a person:
      1. To greet the person say "hello, nickname-of-person".
      2. Expect a reply. If there is no reply from the nickname, then the next step can't be followed.
    2. Finding common interests:
      1. Say "nickname-of-person, what are your interests?" or "nickname-of-person, what do you find interesting?"
      2. After discussing and wishing to learn more about the other person's interests ask "nickname-of-person, do you have any other interest except the one's you told me about?"
  2. Explanation1 option 2: This section is about sending messages to a certain nickname.
    1. If you do not know if the nickname prefers private messages then send this message to the nickname: "Do you like or dislike private messages?".
    2. Greeting the person:
      1. To greet the person say "hello".
      2. Expect a reply. If you find the reply abusive in any way, then do not continue typing any message to the nickname in private. If there is no reply from the nickname, then the next step can't be followed.
    3. Finding common interests:
      1. Say "what are your interests?" or "what do you find interesting in your life?"
      2. After discussing and wishing to learn more about the other person's interests ask "do you have any other interest except the one's you told me about?"
  3. Explanation2:

chatroom multi feelings 1 warning[edit]

purpose of the rule[edit]

It's purpose is to be able to have self control in the chatroom while more than 1 nickname sends you a message that makes you feel abused.

Why this rule is useful[edit]

Because when you do not know what to do and feel in an ill mood, then it could be good there were precise instructions on what exactly to do, or what "not to do" while being in this situation.

Why this rule is not useful[edit]

It might confuse you, and you might be able to do this spontaneously, without needing the help of these "written rules" (which are different than the so called "unwritten rules")

Prerequisites[edit]

No known yet.

Actions or procedures[edit]

Here is one explanation. If you believe it could be described in an easier way, then add content to the explanation2 section:

  1. Explanation1: Let's say for example that nick1 sends you a message you find abusive and the same does nick2.
    1. Say to the channel: "Anyone who wishes to send any complaints of other people can do it through pm. This is a public channel, and there's no reason to use abuse messages"
    2. Now you have no right according to this 'rule' to speak to these people in the chatroom, except the "1. Section message" message, which you can send once every 2 minutes.
    3. You can use the message "please continue in pm as I said" which you can send as much as you prefer. You can also offer to teach how to send in private messages, because some people might not know how to do it, or might not know how to see incoming private messages.
      1. As a next step talk to the nicks in private messages. This is the final step.
  2. Explanation2:

chat room disturbed 1[edit]

purpose of the rule[edit]

These set of actions are about the case that a person starts using swear words against someone or against anything else, and what you should do in that case.

Why this rule is useful[edit]

If you do not like:

  • swear words in the chat room, or
  • abuse messages directed towards somewhere(even yourself), or
  • you do not know towards who the messages are, or
  • you do not like swear words in the public chat room

...then the procedures in "Actions or procedures" might help to understand exactly what to do.

Why this rule is not useful[edit]

Nothing known yet

Prerequisites[edit]

Nothing known yet

Actions or procedures[edit]
  1. Explanation1 case 1: more than one user, use words you are feeling uncomfortable with.
    1. Say: "[put-nicknames-here-separated-by-space], please stop using swear/abuse words"
  2. Explanation2:

Prediction rules[edit]

Abstract category of rules

rule:Planned computer use 1[edit]

  • description:

It's for use in the case that you plan to do a certain thing on the computer but end up forgetting it, and then starting surfing the internet or doing unrelated things on the computer continuously and in an unpredictable way.

  • ways to follow the rule
  1. rule "Planned computer use 1" close computer followed
    1. will follow the rule and at the end close the computer
  2. rule "Planned computer use 1" open computer followed
    1. will follow the rule and at the end do anything spontaneous that comes to mind at the computer.
Actions of rule[edit]
  1. Note down somewhere (on paper, on an electronic device or elsewhere) about what you plan to do on the computer.
    1. Also note down if you plan to close the computer afterwards or let yourself do anything spontaneous at it.
  2. Next do the steps, and at the end do what you've chosen regarding "ways to follow the rule".