We have trouble telling who just bother emotionally and who autistic but these wikis of motoin pictures actually have hundred of Autistic users, this includes a few lucky admin too. I'm one of the well functioning Autistic users myself. And anyone who feels lonely I share some sympathy. Peace first Freedom second that's how I look at what's essential about life. And why I could say I also share sympathy with your feeling of seeing someone tough at the beginning because I felt stressed quite dailly with the low amount of trust we in the autistic class are offered during my school years. GrayWolf2 is in the same class as the two of us, but he's a gentle admin, he's been the one thoughtfully helping me. Try to feel confident SuperMillionaire.
Thank you, LionGuardEscort. It feels good to know that I'm not the only autistic person on this wiki. Just knowing that we have empathy for each other makes me feel better. I was just telling SilverFlight that she always calls me out whenever I make a mistake or step out of line. She reminds me of a professor that I currently have in college this semester who always does the same thing. The thing is, though, they only do it because they're trying to help me. At times, it does feel a little bad, but in the end, I appreciate the feedback, because they're nice about it, and they do it with the most noble of intentions.
You're welcomeI always like to cheer up those who are struggling the hardest in the emotional way before they totally give up. I try to say what I can so big frowns can quickly switch into big smiles of sincerely feeling more confident or finally feeling lucky.
I Can recognize a few of the users in our autistic class with the way our class is treated in stuff like imagination. School or sites like the wikis I've had no trouble quickly recognizing the problems our autistic class deals with all the time, because one or the other the expressions aren't that different.
I still have much to learn about autism. In real life, I lack some social skills that most people without autism possess, and I have a fair degree of trouble recognizing some social cues. I'd like you to reach out to all of the autistic users that you know, so that I can get to know them.
Social skill needing practice that's fine, with me it's not only real loyalty it's real patience too. Plus I can distinguish attitude from quality quite easily, I was even one of the Autistic students helping the lower function listen to instructions at the Life Program, the teachers there liked my cooperation and manners enough to let have lunch with a few most high functioning people were scared to face.
But the functing lucky ones at the level of you, me, and gentle ones of GrayWolf2 also know how many still love childish characters like Barney even when they're a teenager or older. I feel pretty sorry for those in our class Who sadly can't volunteer because they don't basic lessons well enough. It's the moments like that that help me understand CarsFan3 even a little more. Especially since so many in our disabled class who need to relearn the basics emotionally can't let go of a certain toy of their favorite TV character.
And a lot of my social skills aren't just my personality but my clear reflection of my Grandma since she's helped me since I was 4 years old because mom didn't have any idea what to do. Grandma doesn't just help me with Autism issues she thankfully uses perseverance to help me find what can control my seizures too. That's the other reason very few schoold kids looked at me while I walked the halls feeling lonely and stressed. My Austism causing lack of trust, and my seizures causing fear and confusion at the same time.
I get it. I'm not much into Barney the Dinosaur, but I do like Clifford the Big Red Dog. One episode that I like in particular was "The Dog Who Cried Woof," which was when Clifford, T-Bone, and Cleo heard the story of Whiffy the Skunk Ghost, and Cleo kept pranking Clifford and T-Bone about a skunk coming after her, so they stopped believing her, and then she gets her bow stuck to a tree branch, and then an actual skunk came along and sprayed her with its stench! She learned the hard and stinky way that it's not nice to play tricks on people. That episode was funny. I also like the Animaniacs episode "Potty Emergency", when Wakko drinks too much soda during a movie a darts around from place to place, desperately searching for a bathroom, and the Teen Titans Go! short segment "The Pee Pee Dance", which, similar to Wakko's potty emergency in Animaniacs, involved the characters really having to go to the bathroom. However, potty emergencies are only funny in cartoons, because of how the characters act; in real life, they're not funny at all; if you had to go to the bathroom really bad, you certainly wouldn't be laughing at all. Another show I like is DC Super Hero Girls, and personally, I think that Marvel totally should copy that idea and make Marvel Super Hero Girls.
If your mother didn't know how to deal with you, then how did your grandmother know how? Did she do research?
And you have seizures, too? What causes those seizures, how often do you have them, and how severe are they? And what autism spectrum disorder do you have? I have Asperger syndrome.
Grandma's one who did both sorts of jobs, she's one who for at least a few years bravely spoke to some in jail she was one of the Socialworker women, but years later she worked at a hospital in one of the small office areas, so she heard enough of other families who had similar confusion and remembered enough to know what the solutions were, my seizure problem is Epilepsy. But The new tablet called Vimpat works enough to control mine, it's just it took us my whole childhood to find a good enough tablet that we could consider useful. I luckily function enough to do several classes with the resource students, I was just trusted less.
My problem before finding the useful tablet was I had my seizures often enough to need to be taken qucickly out of a classroom, but luckily not often enough to skip school. Also I had kids frequently laugh at my eye problem when my eyes felt light sensitive, annoyingly this happened before the teacher started talking, the classmates rudely flashed the light to make my light sensitivity worse. But I had self-control.
True that's one of the current issues people don't focus on behavior facts like they did when our grandparents went to school, I wish the current kids were taught how be both gentle and independent. Not knowing how to be independent that's another big current problem with lots of children, because it's one of the things that causes their rude speech today.
But I learned enough from Grandma to be tolerant and do my best to resolve.
True, kids can be pretty rude today; I think that they get it from the music that they listen to; just look at the vast majority of the songs on the radio today; they contain profanity and references to doing lots of bad things; I hate those kinds of songs. And in addition to teaching kids academic, athletic, artistic, technological skills, and trade skills, they need to teach them morals, manners, and life skills as well.
Yeah. It's the songs focused on peace, joy, friendship, and songs to soothe people that listen to the most other than some show tune songs from my favorite movies. These kids should be taught the various key skills of acceptance and the sensible reasons for it too, but today most kids don't see the point for such strength. And songs do affect imagination, while imagination affects our actions.
But achievement is what obssesses me, while peace is what I mainly value in my list of essential things
These days, it's not just about how good you can sing, but what you sing about that determines whether or not you will sell well. Back in the day, what sold before were songs about love, friendship, peace, joy, family, romance, empathy, and compassion, but now, everything's about sex, drugs, alcohol, and a whole bunch of other negativities. Nowadays, people seem to think that singing your heart out means cursing up a storm and making constant references to having sleazy sex, or getting drunk, high, and wasted; almost every song on the radio today contains profanity, tells you to have sleazy sex, and tells you to get drunk, high, and wasted; well you know what I have to say to that? If you don't have anything nice to sing about, don't sing at all.
I agree about how songs on the radio that are the current types aren't as easy to listen to as songs from times like 1920 to 1960. I'm not into the Halloween related songs either. I'd say the current movies are going through the same problem. I can't believe how numerous live-action war videos are today.
The 80s, 90s, and some of the 2000s were some of the last great decades of music, but with the 2010s, it's absolutely trashy; I highly doubt that any of the 2010s music will be released in one of those Time Life music collections 10, 20, or 30 years down the road. In the 2010s decade, I can only name three songs that will be considered the best of the decade: "Gangnam Style" by Korean singer Psy, "Call Me Maybe" by Canadian singer Carly Rae Jepsen, and "Let It Go" by Idina Menzel, from the Frozen soundtrack; that's it. Those are the only three songs that I think will go down in history as the best songs of the 2010s. Everything else is just complete and utter crap.
You know something, jazz and disco are no longer heard on the radio, and I have a bad feeling that rock and roll is going the same way; you don't hear rock music on the radio anymore. I like rock music. Now, the Hard Rock Cafe franchise of restaurants, memorabilia shops, hotels, and casinos is here to stay, and they're currently renovating the former Trump Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey to reopen it as the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Atlantic City in summer 2018, but still, rock and roll as we know it isn't heard on the radio anymore. (I live in northern New Jersey, close to New York City.)
The piano is the only instrument but even with school difficulties one classmate liked me enough to let me do stuff like the Homecoming songs of the school, if I practice long enough I can do simple duet songs, with my piano teacher's schedules I did several recitals. But by surprise I also have the gift to make up soft rhythms on the keyboard that can bring back smiles when someone's weeping quite hard they let me do that once in a while, as I was at the Life Program.
I don't have the real singing talent, but I can sound similar to some soft songs if I hum when they're songs like Testify by Phil Collins and I can remember lyrics of songs like Part Of Your World, which is Ariel's song in the Little Mermaid.
Every Heart That's Ever Been Broken, Knows these things must not go unspoken, Giving yourself, giving each other The strength to lean on one another, that's the soft phrase I can hum from Phil Collins Testify song lyrics. But I know every lyric of Ariel's song.
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