Cultural differences. A form of neurodiversity.

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What the world at large does not realise is that THIS IS SIMPLY HOW ENGLAND TICKS! ALWAYS.

This is what daily life is like for most of us over here. I even once got a letter from BT Business stating that they increased their rates one or two months ago. Oh-kay.

Yes, it can be exhausting to deal with. Yes, it can make planning anything impossible. Yes, it can come across as highly immature and disorganised.

Yes, it tends to give English people the reputation of being “unreliable” within an international professional context and no, they seem to have no idea of this. (Or do they because they actually often like driving others around the bend. I have another item on this, also within the Brexit context, about the deliberate use of “Trumpian realities” for no other reason thaN to drive the EU negotiators up the wall with frustration. I think it was in The Guardian.)

English people who have sufficient international experience can learn to adapt and overcome this.

No, I don’t think it goes for Scots and I suspect that it does not go for Welsh people either and it may not even go for people in northern England.

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The way in which England is different is quite similar to how for example autistic people are different and how both English people and autistic people also still differ greatly from one another.

In the end, it all seems to indicate mostly that we have to keep focusing more on what we have in common.