Is Autism & Other forms Of Neurologically Atypical Challenges a Superpower? I have taken note that a lot of young people who Like myself face the challenges of autism and other Neurologically Atypical Challenges. View them as their Super Power! It’s an idea that I really like, but do I agree with it? My opinion is it depends. I fell that if our parents are supportive and encouraging us when it comes to our passions and interests. Then yes I think they are a superpower. Unfortunately, even though they have the best of intentions. Our parents might over protect us. Not allowing us to grow not letting us reach whatever positional we might have had. So I believe that with empowerment from our parents. Allowing us to find our nitch in life The challenges of being Neurologically Atypical. In whatever form that might take. It can be a superpower! Your support is always appreciated! If you would like to Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8wK4eEZtTRlvr6Bj_37kqw
First of all Cosplay photography and Convention experiences is the core of this channel. My goal is to expand beyond my comfort zone of the Pacific Northwest. I also want to work up the courage to ask more cosplayers for interviews. I want to share more travel experiences. Another thing related to photography is more camera reviews. I want to talk more about the Invisible disabilities or as I prefer to call them challenges that I deal with in my life. I started a series called M is for Mental Health Wellness & Groth that I was posting on Mondays. I might go back to something like that. With a Presidential election coming up. I am thinking about talking about current events. Some but not all related to the challenges that I deal with in my life. I hope you will join me in the upcoming year and beyond! The best way to be updated is to subscribe and hit the bell notification! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8wK4eEZtTRlvr6Bj_37kqw
Looking back on my own experience. Everything that I went through that was supposed to help me with my Invisible Disabilities. Was either about short term gratification or making life for those around me easier. When it should have been about my long term development so I could best navigate a world I’m not built for. Please Subscribe to my YouTube Channel “TroyGrudin” by clicking the link above!
I don’t think there is anything more valuable than social skills, and I feel the only way to develop them is through experience when a person is young. For those of us who deal with invisible disabilities Such as ADHD, Autism & other Learning Disabilities. Our parents often feel a need to protect us in a way that keeps us from experiencing and developing our social skills.
Making A Case For Sports Therapy For Invisible Disabilities! In my life dealing with my own invisible disabilities. I fell nothing has helped me more then physical exercise and participation in sports. It has helped to improve my eye-hand coordination, and how to work with others. What kind of sports do I think are best for someone like myself? I really like team sports like football, basketball, soccer, water polo, baseball or volleyball for example. When it comes to individual sports. I think combat sports like boxing or MMA. Since when you train you to work with a partner. However, at the end of the day, the best sport is the one you or your kid will willingly participate in.