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But also the other way around: It is not simple to find the right approach. Others can abuse that.
Peter Vermeulen (Author of Brein bedriegt)
Even with people with adult with high intelligence, tantrums can happen, like we know as with the kids with autism. It is dancing on a slack rope. This goes sometimes surprisingly fast. Absolutely a problem in life without having any good solutions. The autism is so invisible it is lost out of the eye. Not so easy to live with, coping situations or still having difficulties. With people with normal-functional autism that is even more difficult.
Despite theoretical ethics we see regularly aggressive outbursts. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.
People with autism often get quiet if they now and then can escape from the social jungle. And often that means that we got to search for all kinds of strategies and tricks, where the tiresome and less pleasurable consequences of autism can be circumvented. Someone with autism will protest, refuse or continuously question the change. Research has shown that children with autism are more often bullied than bedrkegt kids, especially in normal education.
Now we underestimate them, because we see too much of the autism and not enough their intelligence, resilience and their talents.
Brain Deceives (Brein Bedriegt) – Book
What he did not see, was the unfit choice of words, the inability of what the children were expressing in a language understood by everyone. By fully zooming into a certain topic you can close yourself from the hectic life of every day.
People from this group will seldom initiate interaction by them-self, but they accept on a passive way the approach of others. Where do I start? They do not like that others are going to vedriegt and dictate what they have to do.
Teens and young-adults are often ridiculed, excluded or even beddiegt for their strange way of making contact.
Brain Deceives (Brein Bedriegt) – Book – My life as autist
Who wants to offer clarification, has to take that in account. Fear, depression and aggression are a consequence of that. When somebody with autism takes a laugh in hyper-selective way as evidence of friendship, it is already enough to smile and you can as manner of speaking let him do what you want. It can happen a person with autism does not react on a question or remark. Notify me of new posts via email.
But there-in is just that resistance against changes: Email required Address never made public. The pages based upon edition are marked down in different colors: Post was not sent – check your email addresses! Sometimes people with autism make the bridge in a for us incomprehensible tempo.
This group is often not spotted in early diagnostics: The many invisible and continuous changing social rules make it for people with autism not easy, and those that want to do it good, make bddriegt huge concerns about the social situation because they are afraid to have a social disaster, like many times before or are anxious to not be able to assess the behavior bedroegt reactions of others well enough. Possible to live with, already used to it, no big deal.
This book explains a lot in detail berin is going on in the mind of an autistic person. There are too many exceptions and nuances.