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Brain Deceives (Brein Bedriegt) – Book – My life as autist
A verbal message does not add information, which makes them respond rather based on routines than based on a message.
Group activities are also a huge form of stress. But there-in is just that resistance against changes: Despite theoretical ethics we see regularly aggressive outbursts.
This group is often not spotted in early diagnostics: Research has shown that children with autism are more often bullied than other kids, especially in normal education. There are too many exceptions and nuances.
In contrary to what might be thought, people with normal-functioning with autism just need more clarification than the low-functional. By their intellectual possibilities they know mostly to bedroegt and camouflage those difficulties. Not only high-functioning children and young people with autism are bullied more than others, but they can also see the behavior of other classmates which was meant good like teasing, see as bullying.
But also the other way around: If you are having autism or you are connected with it, this book is totally worth reading.
Peter Vermeulen (Author of Brein bedriegt)
They have an excellent memory, they know about certain subjects much more than a normal person, are good in math or languages, got a logic reasoning ability which most people can only dream about and got an eye for detail which the most people are blind for. The many invisible and continuous changing social rules make it for people with autism not easy, beeriegt those that want to do it good, make themselves 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 bedtiegt assess the behavior and reactions of others well enough.
Someone with autism will protest, refuse or continuously question the change.
You will be able to read a few rough translations straight from the book, that especially apply to me, but most likely also to a lot more autistic people, besides me. Most people with high-functioning autism are, just like their high social motivation, very scared to hurt others or to disappoint. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
People from this group are called pompous by Wing because they are often pedant, pompous, too polite, too formal and can appear to be too wordy. Possible to live with, already used to it, no big deal. 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.
Less words, less social pressure and especially making the environment autism-friendly: It often suffice to do something two or three times and the pattern and additional rules are formed. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Now we underestimate them, because we see too much of the autism and not enough their intelligence, resilience and their talents.
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Brain Deceives (Brein Bedriegt) – Book
By bedrietg zooming into a certain topic you can close yourself from the hectic life of every day. It is dancing on a slack rope. Learning social skills does not help enough. Their life is more a sum-up or a sequence of detailed pictures instead of a movie where you are the main character. Email required Address never made public. Tagged agression anxiety assessment autism camouflage compensation depression diagnose efficiency empathy friends overestimating psychological social limitations social rules stress underestimating.
Useful Links My diagnosis My comorbidities Category: Some are very formal, also in informal situations. Not so easy to live with, coping situations or still having difficulties.
Their social problems are often getting visible in relationships where spontaneity, empathy and emotional support are needed. There is insufficient attitude to communicate. The world means to then a bigger treat and they cannot always handle that. What bedriwgt also an obstacle for them, is to choose the right information, adapted to what the receiver already knows or not.