Hello again, I am having some problems with my anger, it's been like this for a long time...a lot of things can set it off and once it goes, THERE IS NO CONTROLLING IT!!! That is my problem, if it can't be controlled while I am actually angry... what can I do? Everyone just keeps telling me "control it" or step away from the situation,.... isn't easy especially when one of those things KEEPS following me wherever I go and intentally bugs me just so I would lose my temper (my sister) and when that happens, I shout, scream, throw a fit, the usual stuff...
Kai Pacha has autism and she's found sanctuary by caring for injured wild animals in Argentina.
haven't heard item yet but it's somewhere within this edition of outlook - bbc world service :
I said I would post agian after my A-level maths results. But after watching Disney's "Cars 3" I came to a sense of inpsiration and realisation. Just because I dropped out of Hertford and Cranfield, does not mean I threw away my only chances to beocme an astronaut.
Autistic man Shaun Condon who was told he 'wouldn’t last one month' in his job is to retire after working 28 years for Newport Bus...
Hi, you guys probably won't even bother to read this.... but it's practically impossible for me to make new friends outside of the internet world okay? IMPOSSIBLE!!! I am just too shy/cautious, I am too stranger aware... and people just don't see me as a friendly person. They see me as something to ignore...
Just saw this training day, thought you might be interested. Don't have previous info about the lecturer just those in their website. The syllabus seems to be the things I need now.
I wonder if there are any autistic adults getting direct payments to pay for a support worker or personal assistant? My family are currently trying to work out how to manage what will happen to me in the future when they are not able to care for me anymore. I need a lot of help to do daily tasks like cooking and cleaning and getting out of the house. I cannot work or go to the doctor or vet, etc by myself.
I find the human tendency to label and categorize things interesting---the labeling and categorization of other people specifically. Sometimes it's practical---we do it naturally, subconsciously or consciously, all the time; it helps us to make sense of and create order and comfort in our lives. But it can also be lazy and unnecessary, and detrimental to others.
My daughter is 15 and currently lives with her dad and grandma. i have two other children living with me. My daughter is becoming more withdrawn and doesn't attend any out of school activities or clubs. I am concerned for her wellbeing and state of mind. She lacks in confidence and has suffered anxiety & depression in the past so i am worried this is happening again. I dont know of any clubs or anuthinh in my area thay i can encourage her to attend. She doesnt have a statement or care plan and is not under any services whatsoever!