Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Watch This!


Another ASD mum found this. It is perfect as is my son. It is just the other morons in the world I cannot tolerate. Still trying to breathe.

11 comments:

Mrs Midnite said...

Great video thank you, my nephew has been tested for autism but was diagnosed with aspergers. I know he has some social problems but I'm not sure if he just needs more attention, he is left to play by himself most of the time.

Hope you are managing to breathe

DQ said...

yes, that is a great video, I saw it last night.
I wanted to give a little suggestion with the breathing. People tell you to breathe deeply and slowly to calm yourself. yes, this is true, but the hard part when you are in the emotional turmoil you are in is the forgetting to EXHALE all the time. If I am even a little bit right, you are finding yourself holding your breath? Even when you are just sitting still (if you can do much of that right now). Remember to breathe out. Remember you have a lot of support on here in blogland. Go gently with yourself.

Langdowns said...

I am pleased to see you have vanished completely MM. Supporting you from a distance!

Fe said...

This made me cry.

I have a clinically anxious son, and this reminded me of our relationship, in many ways.

Madmother said...

Made me cry too. Boy 1 wants to watch it again this afternoon. He loved it.

Thea said...

Oh boy. Major lump in my throat.

Natacha said...

I also saw this video and wanted to post it. I got my son to watch it and I explained what it meant and how it related to him, especially the friend part... not sure he liked to hear it... still waiting for the questions, I know they will come.

Kelloggsville said...

OMG that is so wonderful, If I could answer half my daughter's questions so well I would be happy. Most of the rest of the world are morons and why bother trying too hard to tolerate them! xxx

Melissa said...

Best video ever. Teary over here. I've had conversations sooo similar to this with Alexander, it's eery.

Great find, MM!

jazzygal said...

Great video. Think I've seen it before, well worth looking at again though!

xx Jazzy (via Blog Gems)

D. S. Walker said...

Thank you for sharing this! I found your blog from Jen't Blog Gems. My daughter has Asperger's.