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posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 06:32 PM
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a reply to: teapot

Inhuman is a philosophical concept of a human lacking a soul..

Scandinavians are a criteria for this;" Noble Savages ". Incapable of love.




posted on Dec, 31 2016 @ 07:15 PM
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originally posted by: AtomicKangaroo
Like I honestly cannot be in the room when my wife watches Gilmore Girls on netflix. Not because I think the show is awful, but because the talking just seems to be non-stop without pause and for some reason it drives me nuts and I cannot seem to process it.


That's interesting. I agree on the incessive talking. Makes me crazy.

But, Gilmore Girls doesn't affect me. Other shows do though. Just can't think of one right now.



posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 10:34 AM
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originally posted by: tikbalang
a reply to: teapot



What business is it of yours that 'they' will not adjust to cultural norms? Why should 'they'? Why can't you accept 'them' for themselves? What do you think you will achieve?


The intention of people are mostly narcissistic...




The irony is strong with this one.

A complete incapacity for introspection is also a trait for the profoundly narcissistic. Your mind-blindness is so phenomenally thorough that it is case study worthy. Fascinating.



posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 10:52 AM
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My research is still " Trauma ".


Autism has little or nothing to do with Trauma. Those theories that autism was caused by trauma are outdated and have been disproven (decades ago).


Having a high functioning ASD as your right hand most be gold

Yes... it is. My wife's almost superhuman ability to analyze behavior has helped me in many occasions.


If it is research material, it means most likely the are objective, then you can have all the opinions in the world of belief, it wont contradict anything


Not exactly sure what this sentence is supposed to mean.

We are trying to say you may be falling victim to confirmation bias. If you are in a scientific field, interpreting research, then you should be familiar with the dangers of confirmation bias. When you read something in these objective studies, you retain that which proves your point, and disregard that which does not: this is confirmation bias.
If you want to convince me that your research conclusions trump those of an Ivy League psychologist and or a pediatric neurologist that specializes in autism, you will have to prove to me that your credentials surpass theirs. You have been researching brain trauma... for a month... this does not make you any sort of autism expert. It is barely even related (if at all).


edit on 1-1-2017 by iferget because: typos again (i guess they are my trademark)



posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 04:43 PM
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I had a friend whose daughter could not function from an early age. Very difficult. Very frustrated, would have meltdowns and such. She went to some sort of occupational therapy where she used headphones and did tasks. She's a perfectly functional college kid now. I do think there is a correlation to processing and autism.



posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 05:06 PM
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originally posted by: kosmicjack
I do think there is a correlation to processing and autism.


Please elaborate on your thoughts



posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 05:09 PM
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We are trying to say you may be falling victim to confirmation bias. If you are in a scientific field, interpreting research, then you should be familiar with the dangers of confirmation bias. When you read something in these objective studies, you retain that which proves your point, and disregard that which does not: this is confirmation bias.


So Science is biased? No, its objective, it has no moral or ethical code to follow.
Honesty does suck most of the times.

So you are stating;" Neurological trauma is a biased lie? "
And source the statement, or i will place it under opinions. Like most of the things written in this thread



posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 05:18 PM
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I look after people with autism and they are awesome.
Varied people on the spectrum but each one has their own personality and quirks, I do see them as a gift because looking after folk gives you something money can't buy.
I should stop spending my money on them though but when they only get 20 quid a week to clothe them and buy all their personal cleaning products well we all despite being paid crap put our hands in our own products so they can get more out of life.
Bloody Conservatives cutting their money didn't they know "The measure of society is how we look after our most vulnerable".
Anyhow love em all to bits and I really can't see myself leaving ever
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posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 05:22 PM
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I dont think they value money the same way you do, it has an intent not a value.

Why do you think more money will give them more out of life?



posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 05:23 PM
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Sensory overload I see it everyday.
Here is a good video showing what they can go through.




posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 05:35 PM
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Wrong a couple I look after value money very much so because they know it buys them sweets and treats.
Plus we are not giving them money as such just buying them days out, horse riding lessons, museum trips etc even just a milkshake at Mc Dees can be a big thing for them.
We have an education department in our home and slowly they can be taught about things some pick it up right away some don't care one bit and do their own thing.
I'm there to help them to have a decent life and to help understand society and fealings which can confuse them, had many success stories like one dude whom I have worked with for 3 years and I have introduced him to astronomy and we have many a night under the stars he loves it and his empathy for others has grown with our help.
Starting a walking group next week and camping also soon when the weather gets better.
You see their are many types of autism one girl can freeze midstep and be like a broken watch she needs encouragement to get moving again (5 hours once in the snow lol we were both freezing) another takes his clothes off (anywhere) because the clothes feel like sandpaper, so we have to find clothes that feels good for him.

If you want to understand more about Autism look up Temple Grandin who is autistic herself and a pioneer in the field.



posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 05:38 PM
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because they know it buys them sweets and treats.


Intent candy



I'm there to help them to have a decent life and to help understand society and fealings which can confuse them, had many success stories like one dude whom I have worked with for 3 years and I have introduced him to astronomy and we have many a night under the stars he loves it and his empathy for others has grown with our help.


Can you PM this, how you used the methodical work ethics? Do you consider the girl in the ASD spectrum?
edit on 201711 by tikbalang because: WANA1244 Temple Grandin



posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 05:45 PM
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She is ASD diagnosed so very very autistic can rock in a chair (makes her feel safe) for hours on end she has a soft spot for me and I her we watch her videos and she will say "Gaving sit next to me!" so I do so then its "Gavin hold my hand" I place my hand on top of hers and she giggles she calls me "Cheeky cheeky Gavin" and I call her "cheeky cheeky L****" pity I don't get to support her too much I get the hard ones who hit everyone when they don't get their own way.

But honestly research Temple Grandin.
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posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 05:47 PM
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Oh and why I'm so good at my job I don't treat them or talk to them any different then anyone else, I may have to explain myself and what I want a few more times but these guys are not idiots I see it all the time a new support worker baby talking to them and they get smacked for it. lol.



posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 05:50 PM
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"Gaving sit next to me!" so I do so then its "Gavin hold my hand" I place my hand on top of hers and she giggles she calls me "Cheeky cheeky Gavin" and I call her "cheeky cheeky L****" pity


Do you feel good afterwards?

Do you ever feel manipulated?



posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 05:57 PM
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She is great company and no I will not do anything that I don't want to do.
Autistic people can find it hard to trust people and when I have their trust my job is easier and their day more productive and more settled.



posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 06:05 PM
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Do you feel that, you both offer something to each other in need of comfort.. Almost like a platonic relationship?



posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 06:07 PM
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You are reading too much into it, she is at the end of the day one of my service users but it helps If we get on and it is easy to get one with her she only attacks other women so it's a good day for me.

But again research Temple Grandin even watch the movie about her.




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posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 06:15 PM
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They are far from human, and they will never be human, but they can show human like tendencies..


Now I see why people leave your threads. You obviously are clueless as to relationship's with children; let alone children with Autism. All your knowledge comes from books...let me ask you, when was the last time you had a loving relationship with anyone human?



posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 06:17 PM
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I know.. My words, can come out wrong, i tried to write so you would feel aggrievated(? not sure its the right word)
My view was objective..

All humans need social bonding, prime example was a test made by Harry Harlow, i was wondering if you ever felt manipulated?

Most of the Autistic kids have a higher IQ, logical thinking and feel less when it comes to the other side of the feeling spectrum.. They make their own environment, you dont provide it..

Im trying to figure out if the intention she provides is genuine or not.. I know it sounds cold, but when im done with my research i can filter it through a humanitarian system..



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