ADHD, Aspergers, Autism, invisible disabilities, Vlog, YouTube

Long Term Skill Building Is More Important Than Short Term Gratification

Long Term Skill Building Is More Important Than Short Term Gratification. I post an M is For Mental Health, Wellness & Groth video on Mondays. I always Post to YouTube first! 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!

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ADHD, Aspergers, Autism, depression, health, mental health, Social Skills, YouTube

The Voices That Need To Be Heard! M Is For Mental Health Wellness & Growth! S1E4

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The Voices That Need To Be Heard! M Is For Mental Health Wellness & Growth! S1E4.
I do my best to give you a video on Invisible Disabilities based on my personal experience every Monday! 
I feel that voices like mine. People who actually live with the challenges of being on the Autistic Spectrum or ADHD or having a Learning Disability, and so forth are not listened to enough and the for lack of a better word “Academic” voice gets too much of a voice.

ADHD, Aspergers, Autism, mental health, Vlog, YouTube

Everyone Needs To Fell Loved! M Is For Mental Health Wellness & Growth Season 1 Episode 1

Everyone Needs To Fell Loved! M Is For Mental Health Wellness & Growth Season 1 Episode 1 Feeling loved is a human need. Not feeling loved leads to depressed feelings which leads to a lot of other issues. I fell that as adults we make other adults fell loved by saying and doing nice things. A simple “I love you” to another adult goes a long way. However, when it comes to children. Saying and doing nice things is something you should still do. It’s not how you make them feel loved. So How do you make children feel loved? By being supportive and encouraging. By allowing them to learn, grow and develop into the best version of themselves than can be.

ADHD, Aspergers, Autism, depression, health, Vlog, YouTube

Do I Need Help Or Am I Just Making Excuses? Autistic Spectrum/ADHD/Learning Disabilities Experience

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

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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.

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Depression Kills Why We Keep it Bottled Up (Rant)

Depression Kills Why We Keep it Bottled Up (Rant). Sorry for the camera shaking near the end. This is not the first time I have talked about mental health issues. However, it has been a while. Recent events in the world both positive and negative have put me in a position that I fell I need to talk about them more. Mostly the Mauro Ranallo documentary (which at this time I still have not seen) and Kate Spade’s passing. Depression kills and just because you have success and comfort does not mean that you can’t have depression, or that its effects can’t get to you. We often keep our depression bottled up. We keep it bottled up because when we do open up. The response we get is often being more attacked than helpful. We often wind up being more frustrated and feeling more alone than before opening up. Too many people assume that having success and comfort means you can’t be depressed. Success and comfort certainly help. However, they do not prevent depression. Depression often goes hand and hand with other mental health issues. There is often a feeling of isolation that comes with ADHD, Autistic Spectrum issues, and other Learning Disabilities. This often leads to depression. The life expectancy of those of us who live with depression and other mental health issues is much shorter than those of you who don’t. I do not want to be a part of that statistic. Mental health is an important and personal issue for me. However, I am also trying to run a YouTube Channel. I would like to do more happy videos like my cosplay photography. I kind of fell guilty about asking but Please Subscribe. Every little bit of support helps. TroyGrudin YouTube I also have a sports channel that I cal Sports Talk With Troy. Sports Talk With Troy YouTube

ADHD, Aspergers, Autism, bitcoin, investing, Vlog

Why I’m Investing In Cryptocurrencies My Autistic Spectrum/ADHD/Learning Disabilities Experience

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

ADHD, Aspergers, Autism, investing, Vlog, YouTube

Why Investing Is Important My Autistic Spectrum/ADHD/Learning Disabilities Experience

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.

ADHD, Aspergers, Autism, Vlog, YouTube

The Good Doctor and The Portrayal Of Autism In TV & Movies

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.

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The Reality Of No One Is Judging You Just Go For It My ASD ADHD:Learning Disabilities Experience

Published on Jul 13, 2017

The Reality Of No One Is Judging You Just Go For It My Autistic Spectrum:ADHD:Learning Disabilities Experience.
Have you ever herd someone say something like “No one is judging you. Just go for it” ? This is much more likely to be true if you’re Neurologically Typical (someone who doesn’t deal personally with Autistic issues, or any other Learning Disabilities) Than if your not. It’s likely that you’ve been bullied for being awkward and different, and mocked for trying things to improve yourself. The result of all this is to push us to be even more reclusive. People like myself have enough issues with social skills as it is. We don’t need more obstacles.
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