Sunday’s Autism Question #1

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What do you find your biggest struggle is?

With my son my biggest struggle is behavior and social issues. I think since we did a med change things have gotten a little better as we don’t see mean moodiness. Thankfully. He still doesn’t understand emotions and how to tell people he is mad nor can he tell when things are a joke. Unless he tells the joke that is. Let’s here yours.

5 Responses to “Sunday’s Autism Question #1”

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    Opus #6 says:

    I have a child with special needs as well. People think he has “anger issues”. They don’t understand how frustrating it is to him just to get through the day, working so hard to accomplish things that are no sweat for most people. I am still working hard to help him to become more at ease with his emotions.
    BTW, welcome to cc3@mbc. I look forward to seeing much more of your lovely blog.
    .-= Opus #6´s last blog ..Funny Money Economy =-.

    admin Reply:

    That’s true people on the outside don’t know or understand what the issues really are. It’s really sad in a way. It’s frustrating as they look at you in terms of a bad parent or not discipline enough. It’s hard enough to pick and choose the battles. Thanks for stopping by.

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    Tellie says:

    I can definitely relate to some of the feelings your son must be experience. As a kid I was painfully shy. It’s definitely been my biggest struggle in life. I’m very introverted; I didn’t enjoy going to parties, or being in a large groups, or talking in public, or giving speeches.

    I am pleased to say I’m not “shy” any more…I’m just quiet. Although a lot the above situations I mentioned still make me uncomfortable, I have learned to deal with them and socialize more. Even an introvert needs friends :)
    .-= Tellie´s last blog ..A Taste of Chicago =-.

    admin Reply:

    I can understand him too in some ways. I can’t stand a very large crowd. I don’t like giving speeches either. LOL Have a great day!

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    Daisy says:

    I worked with these special children for a while and I think the biggest struggle is how some of them turn over-sensitive. I think its because of emotions that are hard to understand for them. I know this particular boy who almost never laughs not smile. It was only when a male visitor volunteered for a day and that person made him smile just for carrying him. It was such a beautiful sight.
    .-= Daisy´s last blog ..Friday Friends 80! =-.

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