Even with that in mind, even if you still make mistakes, it's not going to render your post unreadable.
NO, I actually have a hard time getting what I mean accross. My brain does not work like yours or most people's. Even at 5 years old, psychologists commented on that my thought processes are extremely unique. My memory is good enough to remember 2 questions they asked me where they said that the answers were highly unusual though accurate.
The pssychologist showed me a picture of a leaf and asked me what is it?
Most kids answer "A leaf". I shed a tear and whimpered "A broken tree" My empathy has always been inappropriately high which already is enough to alter how I think, but probably isn't the main reason for my odd thought processes.
I was also asked "What do you do when it's cold"?
Most kids answer "Get a Blanket" I answered "Ask mommy to turn the heater on".
Psychologists were extremely interested in my even very young, A lot of people on this site are bright, but at 5 years old I was already recognized as a genius who has extremely odd thought processes.
It is hard for me to get across what I'm thinking, because I think different, I have always thought different and my thinking is so abnormal and ingrained that it is difficult for me to explain myself.
I sometimes assume because there are so many smart people on this site, that when I say something it will be understood how I want it to be understood, but it isn't. Imagine an alien trying to talk to you, an alien with the IQ of Einstein who does not think like a human or have the same experiences to draw from as humans.
That's how I feel when I try to communicate with the outside world. Before I was 21 years old I had barely any access to the internet but furiously studied everything I could get my hands on and developed my own scientific, social and philosophical thinking with it's own terminology and theories only known by me and sometimes when I communicate with others I don't realize they have not had access to the same information as me and have no clue what I'm talking about.
It is extremely common for somebody to think they know what I'm saying, but not understand it in the way I intended them to.