Opening Up A Little About Myself. I deal with issues dealing with Autism, ADHD and other Learning Disabilities. I address these more on my other channel: Link Here.. As much of passion for sports that I have. Particularly football, basketball, and boxing. I have a lot of self-doubts.Even though the worst is way behind me. I still have scars. I’m not looking for pity, or get into a pissing contest. Just trying to let you the viewer know a little bit myself. Please Subscribe! And Hit The Bell Icon! Link Here.
The Challenge Autism And Money Management (My Autistic Spectrum ADHD Learning Disabilities Experience). Why the need to make smart financial decisions might not always go hand in hand with building social skills and personal development.
Autistic Spectrum & Battling Human Nature. Autistic Spectrum & Battling Human Nature A Note To Parents Parents of children who deal who deal with Autistic Spectrum Issues, ADHD and Like Learning Disabilities. I know you want what is best for them. I know you want them to have the best life they can have. However human nature often gets in the way. Please Help Me Grow this Channel by Subscribing TroyGrudin YouTube
Why I’m Investing In Cryptocurrencies My Autistic Spectrum/ADHD/Learning Disabilities Experience. This is not and should not be mistaken for an investment video. am simply sharing my perspective on why I have chosen to take a risk on cryptocurrencies. As a person who deals with Autistic Spectrum issues, ADHD and other Learning Disabilities For many people on the Autistic Spectrum, or who have ADHD and other Learning Disabilities. The opportunities that exist for our Neurologically Typical peers on the job market. Both in gaining employment and advancing within the job. Do not exist for us. Therefore I am always looking for something that might help me out in some way or another. So I can ideally support myself, and truly stand on my own two feet. are cryptocurrencies the answer? The truth is that only time will tell. They are a pretty new thing (wikipedia lists 2009 as Bitcoin’s start date). There is an element of risk in every investment. I have some stock investments, and worry about a stock crash as much as I do a crypto crash. To put things into to put things into perspective . From all the research I’ve done stocks and most other investments return 10% a year. Bitcoin as of writing this is up 767.63% from last year. Litecoin 3050.74, & Ethereum 8311.06% (source https://www.coinbase.com/charts) . While past performance does not necessarily indicate future performance. For me and the situation that I am in my life. I fell it is worth the risk to put some of my money into crypto. You can help the channel grow by Subscribe YouTube Checkout out more videos on my My Autistic Spectrum/ADHD/Learning Disabilities Experience Play list. My Autistic Spectrum/ADHD/Learning Disabilities Experience
Why It Bothers Me When People Say “I’m So AD(H)D”. Just a quick video sharing my thoughts on this topic. YouTube
Investing Why It’s Important For People With Autistic, ADHD and Other Learning Disabilities. A brief introduction as to why I fell that investing is important to people like myself who deal withAutistic, ADHD and Other Learning Disability issues. Please Subscribe YouTube If you want to start out investing in stocks Wealthfront https://wlth.fr/2wabeGK . (Affiliate Link) . We both get an extra $5000 managed for free. If you are interested in getting started in cryptocurrency https://www.coinbase.com/join/5a12170… (Affiliate Link) . We each get $10 in Bitcoin if you invest $100.
The Good Doctor and The Portrayal Of Autism In TV & Movies. The Good Doctor is a new show on ABC. About a young Autistic doctor. It seems that every portrayal of autism in television and movies fallows The Rain Man Trope. The Good Doctor appears to be no different. However this is not the whole picture of what means to deal with autism. Some of us aren’t savants. We are not a socially awkward genius. We are not doctors, neuroscientists or something like those jobs. A lot of us struggle with math, language and science, and have very limited employment opportunities. There is nothing wrong with showing characters who are autistic savants, but I would also like to see more autistic characters who aren’t. Characters who struggle with trying to keep a minimum wage job, and or fell trapped in a bad one because they know they are going to have a hard time finding another job.
Up Early For A Bit Of A Workout Troy’s Terrible Vlog Season 2 Episode 3 The latest episode of Troy’s Terrible Blog. I wake up early to go to the gym. I hope to make this a habit and not be a one time thing. I also briefly address the fact that people with learning disabilities may have shorter life spans.
n this episode of Troy’s Life Vlog Season 2 or Troy’s Terrible Vlog. I reflect on my early college years. This video is also a part of my My Autistic Spectrum/ADHD/Learning Disabilities Experience series/playlist. Even though I struggled in college, and looking back I don’t see a realistic scenario in which I would have graduated. I am better off for the experience. As you may know from my past videos experience is the only to gain Social Skills which is the most valuable commodity/currency in the world. Looking back at being 18-20. It was an age that I wanted to be able to stand on my own two feet. Be, do and have the responsibilities. That I thought an adult was supposed to take on. It’s not a good age to be dealing with any kind of learning disability.
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Why Is My kid’s Room Always A Mess? My Autistic Spectrum:ADHD:Learning Disabilities Experience.
When I was growing up and even as an adult. My room is almost always a mess. This drove my Mom who enjoyed organizing things nuts. Perhaps you don’t have the same passion for organizing things , but despite your best efforts. Their room is a constantly a disaster area. You’ve tried everything. Making them clean it. Cleaning it yourself. Even hiring a professional organizer? A week latter it’s a disaster area again.
First of all their room may be more organized than you think. I always have a spot for everything I need. From my experience. Not caring how my room looked came from a desire to establish my own identity. My version of teenage rebellion. As I’ve gotten older. I have come to believe that teenage rebellion is a normal and healthy thing. It’s sometimes difficult for someone with any kind of learning disability to do. I believe there is more outside pressure on us to conform than our neurologically typical peers. At the end of the day there are good reasons to have your kids clean their rooms. It’s just not worth pulling your hair out when it becomes a mess again.