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.
People who face Invisible Disabilities like my self may be living shorter lives than those of you who don’t. I made two videos taking this issue on.
Mental Health Is An Important Subject. Autism Awareness Day/Month. It’s hard for me to talk about. I have made videos in the past and plan to do more in the future. Something that I want you to understand. Talking about my experiences is not therapeutic for me. Which was one of the reasons I started talking about my own experiences dealing with my own invisible disabilities. I plan on making more videos even if I might have covered a topic in the past. I think some things are worth repeating. I do have some travel and cosplay photography videos coming up! So please stay tuned.
What Makes Someone An Entrepreneur? Is it a job description, or is it a status of success? This question comes up because I have been watching videos from Gary Vaynerchuk & Dan Lok. Both who express their opinions that it is a status of success. Do you agree or do you disagree? YouTube
Do I Need Help Or Am I Just Making Excuses? Just a quick rant about one of the many struggles of having an invisible disability like ADHD, being on the Autistic Spectrum, and other Learning Disabilities. Parents of kids with ADHD, ASD, other Learning Disabilities.and so forth. Please Be An Ally Not An Adversary!
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3 Stages Of Understanding One’s Own Invisible Disability It is not always easy for someone with an invisible disability (ADHD, Autistic Spectrum, Learning Disabilities, & so forth) to understand that we have an Invisible Disability. If you are a parent it is tempting to force movement from one stage to The stages are 1. Not being able to understand that we have a disability. This not mean we don’t have a diagnosis. It means that despite having struggles we can’t conceive the idea that we have a disability. 2. Denail/Defense. This is the stage where we understand we have a disability, but remember a very hurtful past, or in some cases might be going through a very low. 3. Is acceptance of the fact that we have a disability and the help and support being offered. There is also the disappointment that that help and support would have never been useful.
I’ve been Slacking Off (Why I Haven’t Been Posting) I set a goal of making a video regarding my mental health/invisible health experience for every Monday. I’ve been slacking off a bit. These videos are not always easy for me to make and, are not always as therapeutic as you might think. #slackingoff I have been posting to my Sports Talk With Troy YouTube Sports Talk With Troy
I am looking forward to Rose City Comic Con Sep 7-9 in Portland Oregon! Photos and vlogs are going to be on this channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8wK4eEZtTRlvr6Bj_37kqw
I am trying to get you caught up to what I have been doing on YouTube.
The Myth Of The Self Made Person Is A Lie! My Autistic Spectrum/ADHD/Learning Disabilities Experience Monday Rather you fight an invisible (and/or visible) disability or are neurologically typical. Everyone needs some help reaching our potential. PARENTS I know it is not easy, but sometimes. It means letting go and not letting yourself be consumed by your fears of the worst possible outcome, and just be there when we ask for direct help. When you are overprotective. The only thing you are protecting us from is success, reaching our potential and happiness. There are times when we need more hands-on help. Let us ask, or at least make sure you are not preventing us from doing and growing.
I am still trying to figure out my format for my blog. I just changed the layout.
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Taking Our Meds (Autistic Spectrum ADHD. L.D. Experience Monday) Pretty much everyone who faces the challenge of living with an invisible disability dose some kind of meditating. Rather it is prescribed by a doctor or what is often referred to as Self-Medication. Which comes in many forms.
This week at Sports Talk With Troy
Tony Parker Leaving The Spurs A Referendum On Gregg Popovich?
Sports Come At Some Personal Risk That Doesn’t Mean We Shouldn’t Try To Manage Them!
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Self Imposed Public Motivation!
My Autistic Spectrum/ADHD/L.D. Experience Monday: Parents Please Make Wise Decisions
Thank You and I hope to see you next week!
Now on to the videos.
I am trying to do more with my My Autistic Spectrum/ADHD/Learning Disabilities Experience Playlist. By putting out a new video every Monday.
I am trying something different. In the past, I have just reposted my YouTube posts one at a time. I am experimenting with one weekly post. I will be posting videos from both of my channels TroyGrudin MediaArts Which is my Photography & Vlogging Channel and Sports Talk With Troy Which is my Sports Channel. If you don’t want to wait till my videos are posted here. Please click the links and subscribe.
All the videos this week come from Sports Talk With Troy