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Nov 01, 2012 in the Autism Community - 12
I was an extremely difficult child myself. I did not walk properly until age four and could not talk until age six. I've tried so hard to remember why I started beating my head just after about two years old, yet I can't quite picture it. I do know at age eight I would always bash my head whenever I got angry. Most people had no clue why and I w...
Nov 01, 2012 in the Parenting Children (6-12) Community - 5
Hi Ma'm, I am a uniquely gifted person with Autism Syndrome Disorder. I have studied human dynamics my whole life, since I was outcast from participating most of my whole life. What I see is a breakdown of the relationship and a forgetting of the importance of "who" a human being is. I would like to offer the suggestion that you are angry wi...
Oct 17, 2012 in the Pregnancy 18-24 Community - 14
Thank you so much everyone! I've had so much else going on in my life this hit me too fast to think clearly. Literally switching gears from a domestic situation in my life and then trying to refocus on this with such short notice. I'm not super man! The one thing I didn't think of was a fund raiser event! I'll get with my men and supe...
Oct 17, 2012 in the Pregnancy 18-24 Community - 14
I'm not very familiar with this part of the site, but my Soldier is in this age range: One of my Soldiers came to me this evening with a pressing problem and I need some time to think this through. It is an extremely difficult question to answer and I am very very stumped at the moment! The situation is that his Wife is pregnant but he will be shipping...
Oct 17, 2012 in the Autism Community - 9
The extra insight does help alot Sir. One of the most difficult things in life I might think is helping an Autistic person understand why people fight and when a person should fight. Please make certain that your son lets the Karate instructor know this. You can't just act out your skills anytime you want to. Perhaps this will be very helpful for you...
Oct 15, 2012 in the Autism Community - 9
hmmm, this is a tough one indeed! I myself was born Higher Functioning Autistic. My parents had a very very hard time with me. I can't tell you specifically what your grandson is going through. But I can offer some suggestions from my own childhood growing up with the same disability. The first thing is that I've always had feelings and emotion...
Oct 15, 2012 in the Parenting: For Fathers Community - 3
There was a similar situation like this in my household. I was born Higher Functioning Autistic, it is a neurological disorder that often follows genetics of families. You can just imagine my fears about fathering children, and what if they aren't born "normal"?! Here is what my wife did. She got together with some friends and setup a picni...
Oct 15, 2012 in the Parenting Children (6-12) Community - 2
Ma'm I grew up with Higher Functioning Autism, it is a neurological disorder in the brain's development at birth. So I dealt with so many different aspects of this problem. But I have to tell you straight forward. This situation has me very very concerned. I will be with you in prayer. Because I think what's needed most is for you to find ...
Oct 15, 2012 in the Child Behavior Community - 5
For a situation involving incidents in both the night and daytime you should immediately have her seen by a Physician. These could be the symptoms of something serious like a bladder infection or kidney problem. On a lighter side it may be also be possible that it is a dramatic growth spurt. It's common for elderly persons to lose muscle strength whic...
Oct 08, 2012 in the Child Behavior Community - 6
M'am. I think the school was rude to your son and to you because they did not set up a correct transition for him. Being Autistic myself I can tell you this: If you switch my daily lunch of Ramen Noodles every single day at 12:00hrs then I have a hard time remembering how to perform my schedule as planned. So, as an adult, I have conditioned myself to...