theaspiehelper

ratsteeth:

#lemme give you a rundown of my life #i’ve spent 60 years in the wilds of the north being a god damn ranger #i’ve tracked down motherfuckin gollum and brought him to mirkwood #do you know what mirkwood is #do you know the kind of spiders that live there #yeah i thought not #i have battled orc armies in THREE CONSECUTIVE MOVIES #I HAVE RAN ACROSS THE FIELDS OF ROHAN #do you know how big that is #it’s like the english countryside but as big and as wide as motherfuckin canada #(i’m guessing) #i have battled the RINGWRAITHS. ya that’s right. all nine of them. WITH A TORCH. AND FOUR HOBBITS WIELDING TOOTHPICKS. #with the one ring as bait #i have been dragged down a cliff by a fuckin warg #i have summoned the armies of the dead to defeat the corsairs of umbar #i have lived a hard motherfuckin life and if you think bad dental hygiene will scare me then bitch the only scary thing about that is the amount of STDs i can catch if i stick my tongue in your mouth #go home. you’ve been dismissed.

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cranquis

A friend’s child appears autistic to me: What would you do?

cranquis:

One of my favorite fictional characters is Sherlock Holmes, and one of his characteristics which has always fascinated me is his inability to stop noticing things. He is constantly observing, thinking, and deducing (and then smacking people in the face with those deductions) — and his interpersonal skills and relationships suffer as a result.

Now, not to claim that I am anything like Sherlock Holmes, but I find myself in a small “interpersonal” predicament because of my observations, and I’m not sure how to proceed — so I’m going to lay out the situation to my Cranquistadors, and see what you folks recommend.

I’m pretty sure that my friends’ daughter is autistic, and I don’t know how to bring it up to them…

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whimsicalbeast
whimsicalbeast:

A Corner To Rock In
I’m a little autistic…technically, on the “autism spectrum”, I’m an Aspergers gal, a 25, to be exact. People, when they find out, are so sorry & sympathetic. I appreciate their sympathy, because of the kindness behind it, but I’m not sorry- when I found out it was a relief: There are all kinds of other people out there like me. I’m not the only freak in the universe. And it made dealing with my bizarro self easier. I no longer have guilt because I’m crap on the phone. I no longer feel like a complete looser because I don’t handle parties well (in fact, major understatement: I’ll do almost anything to avoid a party; I hate them with all my heart).
Now I can see the signs, I know when I need to pull back or get time alone or whatever, so that I -wont- be rocking in the corner. Sometimes “bad news” is good news.
Oh-and a little note, just in case you’re worried or something-this is not my current mental state of mind. It’s just a concept sketch, so, no worries.

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whimsicalbeast:

A Corner To Rock In

I’m a little autistic…technically, on the “autism spectrum”, I’m an Aspergers gal, a 25, to be exact. People, when they find out, are so sorry & sympathetic. I appreciate their sympathy, because of the kindness behind it, but I’m not sorry- when I found out it was a relief: There are all kinds of other people out there like me. I’m not the only freak in the universe. And it made dealing with my bizarro self easier. I no longer have guilt because I’m crap on the phone. I no longer feel like a complete looser because I don’t handle parties well (in fact, major understatement: I’ll do almost anything to avoid a party; I hate them with all my heart).

Now I can see the signs, I know when I need to pull back or get time alone or whatever, so that I -wont- be rocking in the corner. Sometimes “bad news” is good news.

Oh-and a little note, just in case you’re worried or something-this is not my current mental state of mind. It’s just a concept sketch, so, no worries.

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gillkz

gillkz:

Myth #1 – Introverts don’t like to talk.
This is not true. Introverts just don’t talk unless they have something to say. They hate small talk. Get an introvert talking about something they are interested in, and they won’t shut up for days.

Myth #2 – Introverts are shy.
Shyness has nothing to…

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life-of-a-skinny-boy

life-of-a-skinny-boy:

Autism “Awareness” - Ten Things You Should Know 

I was very nervous to make this video, so I would really appreciate it if you would watch it and let me know what you think :)

If you know someone with an autism spectrum disorder such as classic autism or Aspergers syndrome, this video might help you understand a little bit more about why we are the way that we are.

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mildlyautisticsuperdetectives

ifwecansparkle:

PSA:

If you tell an autistic person that they pass as allistic, and expect them to take it as a straightforward compliment, you are planting a seed in their minds that says that passing allistic should be the ultimate goal for all autistic people, and that allistic people are inherently better, and that is incredibly dangerous.

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synesthesia-and-spd

synesthesia-and-spd:

Being completely unable to figure out if you did/said the right thing to someone, then obsessing, panicking, and catastrophizing about it. Unfortunately, you become so worried about this possible faux-pas that you start to alientate your friends because you can’t stop asking them if you did the right thing or not.  #autismspectrumproblems

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