Morning Commute "see things from my point of view"

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27 Nov 2007, 6:05 am

Morning Commute: “see things from my point of view”
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPb5WPvpsU8


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27 Nov 2007, 8:26 am

I watched that this morning. Did you see the Receptionist one?
Its good too.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akbHef74zMM


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27 Nov 2007, 3:57 pm

Yes I have, and its great.

Its the second part of The Autism National Society UK's promoting awareness video to help people think differently about autism, so thanks for that forgot to add...


These videos got me thinking, never judge what you do not understand, no two people are alike if on the spectrum or not.

I'm more than happy to have aspergers, maybe its because I really do now think differently about it. I now Understand the condition and have stop blaming everything on aspergers. Do not get me wrong, when first found out it was like losing myself. A life time of being misunderstood and confused its not easy to change over night. But from the moment I was diagnosed things just starting to full into place, make sense when it hadn't before.

I think far to many of us blame autism for everything and quite often its the associated conditions that really cause the problems. Hyper play and tantrums often caused by ADHD/ADD, mental retardation (extreme autism) often caused by Downs Syndrome and other mental illness's. I know they are associated condition, but quite often people not on the spectrum can have these also.

Autism is just the way we are wired and think and see a little differently, and I'm not saying its easy as I know only to well brought up in a world, continually being put down and told I was wrong, feeling lost and confused until I was diagnosed - which truly has been an amazing journey for me so far.....


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