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Autism and the lack of an I-reference point

When I get on stage I consciously take time to really connect with the people in the room. That helps me to come up with words that are aligned with everyone in the room. It also helps me to establish myself in the new atmosphere. I need this because of my hypersensitivity. I believe you need to use your equipment ...
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About sensitive senses #autism

I accidently came across the picture above on shutterstock. My first reaction was: ‘that’s gross!’, followed by a shiver. A normal reaction for someone with autism. In our household we don’t use aftershaves, parfumes or deodorants. Fortunately everyone in our household thinks this is gross. So body odours smell better? Yes!  Unless someone has stuffed him/herself with non-natural food and ...
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Specific interests

What I really appreciate about autism, amongst other things, are the specific interests of people with autism. As a mother of several autistic children I can tell you from experience that this is already visible from a very young age…., however it can take different forms throughout the years. It will actually take a different form throughout the years, because ...
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Autism and learning through experience

Have you ever noticed that your autistic child doesn’t care about your ‘if-then’ arguments and just continues with whatever he/she was doing after a warning? Of have you ever noticed that as an autistic person, you want to experience everything yourself, before you can imagine it? This is because of the absence of a reference point of ‘I’. The reference ...
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Autism and a negative self-image

Question: My self-image has never been very good, and many things didn’t work out in my life (work/relationships). After a quest that took many years, I was diagnosed with autism. My experience is that, let’s say, half of the people that I tell about this, make a shift in their energy towards me. I don’t feel like I’m taken seriously ...
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Selective mutism in autistic children

Selective mutism is an anxiety disorder, but it is also a symptom of autism. Both give a similar image, but for completely different reasons. Which means they also need different treatments. I have been selectively mute myself for a long time and I feel called to give some more information about this an experienced expert. At the time I was ...
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