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Insights from an Autistic: What it is Like to Have Autism



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Find out what it is actually like to have autism type the attitude of somebody on the autism spectrum.

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  1. I don’t think you’re Autistic brother.

  2. Thank you for sharing. It helps to know what my little boy may be going through or what he will go through. The best part is seeing how well spoken you are. I can't wait till I can have a conversation with him.

  3. Remrov's World of Autism

    This is all very recognizable for me. I'm happy I found this video, its nice to see other autistic people making videos as well.

  4. I really enjoyed being able to hear and see some of what you go through on a normal basis.
    Did you ever think that if your mom wouldn't have told you that you had Autism it would have been better for you?
    Or do you think that it is a good thing that she made you aware of it?
    I have a 3 year old son that has autism and I am trying to learn everything that I can so that I can help him with whatever he needs.

  5. Autistic is waking up Christmass morning, running down to the tree, finding the present with your name on it, opening it, and it's a plastic bag with a fart in it. And everyone sitting round looking at you like that's all you deserve. Autistic is designing a faster computer chip, then going home, and your landlord has taken your good fridge and left a crappy one. It's figuring the physics of the fission fusion oscillation in the sun, and the gravity waves from that, and then finding that someone more popular has put a maggoty sandwich in your port, and made sure that everyone sees it. Autism is healing cripples then being burnt at the stake. It is being the first person in the world to figure the correct angles to cut a diamond to make it shine, then being made an oar slave in a Roman boat. Can you guess, then, you NT's, what I think of you ?

  6. I'm 19 and I'm being tested for Autism, I got tested when I was younger but the psychologists just said it was 'parental attachment' but now more stuff has came up about my routines, stuff I do and don't like such as being took out of my routine and bad textures (I hate the feel of velvet it makes me feel sick just touching) and my social behaviour now that I'm in college, I never wanted to leave school for college as I was too scared, I've been at college for nearly a year now and I'm still trying to get used to my surroundings, I have to be at least 20 minutes early for each class! I also have other learning difficulties and disability's, these things don't make us any different, we're human, we just need a little more help!

  7. And how exactly are you an autistic person because i can not see the difference. You look perfectly normal to me . You are well above average normal human being you are great! Best of luck!

  8. Together we can de-stigmatize mental health problem and change people's vision of it. it's about time that people get a different perspective and understanding of what mental health issue really means.

  9. combination of autistic and normal person would be half human 🙂 😛

  10. even if i didn't see your video title i could most probably guessed that you are autistic. you move around in your videos quite a lot. lol majority of iranians are very outgoing,social, love to party etc… that's why it is so interesting to see autistic people in net. i haven't seen much autistic people from where i came from. it would be kinda odd to see one in real life. i always believed autistic people are mostly come from other countries than mine. hehe 😛 nice video by the way…

  11. i'm happy to see that autistic people are developing so much like a normal people do and they have a role within our society unlike in the past. they are able to express themselves and a speak about about it freely. i have no doubt in my mind soon we will be able to de-stigmatize those who are suffering from mental illness

  12. aren't you uncomfortable of some people labeling you in retard category because i have a friend who is recently diagnosed with autism and he has a very difficult time accepting his diagnoses. people are very close minded and judgemental these days especially towards psychosis issue. it's make it much more difficult to be sensitive to it. to me all the mental health disorders on the other hand gain more respect than a person with autism. what do you think??

  13. Try social entrepreneurship.

  14. THANKYOU for your video you give me hope for my sons future he is 4 yrs old and high functioning autistic I now know it is possible to overcome challenges in his life. keep up the good work.

  15. Wow! Having autism sounds a lot like being a person living a life.

  16. You are doing great, you could do anything you want to do 🙂

  17. Stephen Pelletier

    4:40 – "I'm against working for something where your heart's not in it." Yes! Yes! Yes! I completely agree with this! My dad has worked for Vauxhalls for many years now and he does not care about his job one bit. His attitude towards work is clock in, do your job, clock out. That's it! The way I see it is, what's the point of being alive if you're going to be stuck in a job you don't care about 8 hours per day? I have autism and want to be a personal trainer/fitness instructor. That is my goal and I will not stop until I reach it. I would rather die than spend my life working in a crappy factory because I let my disability stand in the way of my dreams.

    FYI my obssession is pro wrestling. Just saying in case there are any WWE, TNA or ROH fans who read this comment.

  18. Hey, you're great! I can't believe I've never watched this videos before, I'm always scouting out the other autistic youtubers. (I make autism videos as well)

    Anyway, I totally agree with your whole career choice philosophy. We probably agree about many things.

    I will subscribe! <3 thank you!

  19. I don't see a point in sending you a message… Haha just kidding. Kinda. Nice video

  20. My oldest son has autism and it does not effect our life at all ever since I started trainng him at BMX riding. JJ is non verbal he does not talk. The autism specialist said Jay Jay would never ride BMX, he has been riding for 5 years now check out his new video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j033YHpZJ6s

  21. My lil brother has autism and this really gave me hope u did everything I bet people told you u couldn't do

  22. Thanks for the clip, I'm learning about Autism, we are taking my son for some tests and I've been really down about the possibility of him having Autism, but I have hope now. Thank you

  23. I'm not autistic, at least not that I'm aware of, but I am the exact same when it comes to attention to detail. When I hear about something I want to understand all its intricacies. it's a compulsion. Yet I function fairly normally in a social context.

  24. Menial work is hard. I do it, because I got job help. I almost went out with a girl, but it didn't work. Isolation is hard. There's someone in both of my classes that I try to hang out with, but she always seems to be quick to leave.

  25. thank you for this clip. My nephew  has autism and Im worried about him a lot.  But seeing  you gives me that my nephew will be ok. He's only 9 but I can't help but think about his future. I love him so much and I want the best for him.

  26. I'm not halfway done watching but this just so true.

  27. Very informative Arman!

  28. If you have autism, why are you eager to share with us your perception? I thought that autists were disconnected from society. The fact that you want to share things via youtube, just like everyone else, shows that you are a perfectly normal guy who has been brainwashed to believe he has some non-existing mental illness because you lined up some toys as a kid. You are nothing special, kid. I do alot of things that are out of the norm, I like the sound of some things (cars engines starting, for example), that is human diversity. You are a victim of a mentally ill society that wants to label everything.

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