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aspergersissues
aspergersissues:

Kinda reminds me of my parents. I had to wait for them to die before I could go get diagnosed with Aspergers. They didn’t believe in psychiatry.

You have no idea how much I empathize with you. My parents took me to a clinic when I was 5 since I didn’t cry very often, and I received a diagnosis for Asperger’s. Unfortunately, that’s all. I didn’t get any treatment for it. A Psychiatrist was out of the question, because they believed my problems could be solved with “normal” means. They wanted me to “be like everyone else”.As soon as I don’t have to rely on them anymore, I’m visiting a Psychiatrist for my Anxiety. Anti-medication is not OK. I could’ve potentially solved so many problems I had when I was younger.

aspergersissues:

Kinda reminds me of my parents. I had to wait for them to die before I could go get diagnosed with Aspergers. They didn’t believe in psychiatry.

You have no idea how much I empathize with you. My parents took me to a clinic when I was 5 since I didn’t cry very often, and I received a diagnosis for Asperger’s.
Unfortunately, that’s all. I didn’t get any treatment for it. A Psychiatrist was out of the question, because they believed my problems could be solved with “normal” means. They wanted me to “be like everyone else”.

As soon as I don’t have to rely on them anymore, I’m visiting a Psychiatrist for my Anxiety. Anti-medication is not OK. I could’ve potentially solved so many problems I had when I was younger.

somethingaboutdaftpunk
1.252.252.25FiguresRAM japanese edition (bonus track 3D promo mask

somethingaboutdaftpunk:

Alright, it’s time! I do this daft giveaway for thank you all, you, my dear followers, my darlings. Thank you for always be there when I need you, thank you for like and reblog my posts, thank you for all the kind messages you send me. Thank you for being awesome!

This giveaway includes:

  • A split helmet unisex official t-shirt size M (comes with its card and its sleeve/never wore/still have the tag)
  • A “Lose Your Self To Dance” poster unofficial (this comes from a magazine, it’s not the official poster)
  • A set of seven 1.25” buttons
  • A set of two 2.25” buttons
  • One 2.25” pocket mirror
  • A 3D promo mask (never assembled)
  • The Daft Punk DVD “D.A.F.T: A story about Dogs, Androids, Firemen & Tomatoes”
  • The japanese edition of “Random Access Memories” with the bonus track “Horizon” (still sealed)
  • A Thomas Bangalter action figure (still sealed)
  • A Guy-Manuel De Homem-Christo action figure (still sealed)

Rules:

  • You have to be following me (I do this giveaway for thank my followers, so yeah.)
  • International giveaway!
  • Must be 18 years + or have parent permission. 
  • You must be willing to give me your address for the send.
  • The winner will be choosen by a random number generator.
  • Reblog only, likes don’t count but you still can like it as a bookmark.
  • You can reblog only 2 times per day for not spam your followers. If you don’t follow this rule you’ll be disqualified)
  • Please make sure your ask box is open! The winner will be contact via message
  • If the winner don’t respond within 2 days, I’ll choose another person (still with a random number generator).
  • No giveaway blog please.
  • Ends June 1st, 2014.

I

Will

Try

The Aspie Siren

A lot of people with Autism have a bubble, their private zone, their personal space. Hell, many Neurotypical Introverts have one.

I have to give permission to those who want to enter my bubble.

Unfortunately, most people don’t know about the bubble and pop it, usually by touching me or getting too close. As a result, I may shiver, twitch, cringe, or become uncomfortably heated, sometimes making the situation awkward. I may even losing focus or raise/lower my voice.

SO, since I doubt I’ll be able to avoid unwarranted contact, I believe a bubble needs an alarm. Better yet: a CUSTOMIZABLE alarm built to warn people, whether they’re extroverted or just plain ignorant.

A giant hand can pop out of the bubble and hinder the contact/closeness. An invisible force field can repel or push the stranger away. Your Guardian Bubble Fairy could politely ask the person to give you some space, and EXTERMINATE THE INTRUDER IF THEY DON’T COMPLY.

Bandcamp

Flux

This is a collection of all of my favorite and most popular songs. If you haven’t heard any music from me or you want to share my stuff, this is the album you want to listen to.

Enjoy!

Bandcamp

RPG III

This is an album I just completed. Check me out!

I’ve Heard Enough.

The counter-arguments regarding a cure for Autism appear to be based on bad reasoning.

"My child isn’t broken. He/she just needs to be understood" is a common claim.

I could be wrong, but I think there’s a huge misunderstanding there. While the term “cure” may imply Autism as a negative effect, NO ONE claimed it explicitly. However, it is possible to have an awful experience with Autism. Seeing a psychiatrist, psychologist, or asking people on Tumblr for advice and sympathy/empathy could suffice…but what if that’s not enough? Why not get rid of your mental disability altogether?

If you don’t want your child to have the treatment, you’re under no obligation to do it. However, Autism will affect his/her behavior, which will require a large amount of patience and work from parents and associates. If you can do all of that, go for it…but it isn’t wrong to consider a cure as optional, because Autism can be unpleasant for the parent AND the Autistic.

If you don’t think that’s true, I think you’re in denial.

If you want your child’s disability to be gone, so be it. Perhaps you have a child who is low-functioning and would like him/her to be neurotypical to avoid the suffering of expensive treatment or patience you don’t have. That’s fine.

And to the Tumblr community…you can’t tell the scientific community nor advocates of the Autism cure to cease progress because you love your child so much, or because you personally function well with Autism. In other words, just because Autism works for you doesn’t mean it works for someone else.

Shouts out to the Taskforce.

Shouts out to the Taskforce.

bluedogeyes

We will defeat these people.

You can do that “Like/Share My Post” shit somewhere else…and not Facebook either. Tumblr and Facebook are all I have. Keep out.

(via melzwhimzy)

Storm's 4th Anniversary   

Today, four years ago, this was released.

"Life is full of mystery, yeah.
But there are answers out there.
And they won’t be found.
By people sitting around.
Looking serious.
And saying isn’t life mysterious?
Let’s sit here and hope.
Let’s call up the fucking Pope.
Let’s go watch Oprah interview Deepak Chopra.”

"Does the idea that there might be truth frighten you?
Does the idea that one afternoon on Wiki-fucking-pedia might enlighten you,
Frighten you?
Does the notion that there may not be a supernatural so blow your hippy noodle,
That you would rather just stand in the fog of your inability to Google?”

Lil B - I Hate Myself   

I.

Need.

This.

Throughout the entire track, Lil B wants to do something about a problem, but like a raging wildfire, it’s too big to contain. A sense of loneliness and shame engulfs him as he tries, but can’t resolve his issue.

There are the people who appear to live life to the fullest; although, as one could imagine, it is a delicate and difficult equilibrium. They may look like they have no problems, have a future…but they are prone to tip into depressions, anxieties, most of which result from their acute perception of the world as it really is.

I believe I can empathize. I feel insignificant and lost too often, yet no one seems to think I’m experiencing those things. I’m “happy”, “successful”, “awesome”, and “normal”. “No one’s perfect, humans are infallible.”

My atmosphere doesn’t make those terms fit as they should, so Lil B has his own atmosphere that spoonfeeds the therapy.

I especially love how he brings you down to his level, YOUR level, and then…makes a vow to move past it.

"I’m ready to give up my old thoughts.
I’mma move past what I saw.
I’mma do what I want and be happy.
I’m not gon’ rob or kill to survive.
Everything I’ve seen was a lie.
I’m not ready to die, I love myself.
I said…
Everything that I’ve seen was a lie.
I’m not ready to die, I love myself.
Break that mental.”

danielle-skins-suicide-life

Things That Give Me Anxiety.

  • being late
  • things i said five minutes ago
  • things i said five years ago
  • people touching me
  • being around a ton of people
  • being yelled at
  • wondering if people are talking about me
  • every action i do
  • and just about everything else

Let me tell you why this is my life story.

(via abstractvisionn)

Many of my associates tend to be outspoken in their acceptance, rejection, or denial of the claim a God exists. More specifically, they’re extremely provocative, audacious, and, I think, obnoxious. This is not productive to me.

"Fuck God."

"Hail Satan."

"If God exists/doesn’t exist, why X, Y, and Z? Checkmate."

"God is dead (without any knowledge of the proper philosophical context)."

"Christians/Atheists/Muslims/Jews/Psychics/Mediums/Conspiracy Theorists/Mystics/Creationists/Mormons/Scientologists/etc are STUPID."

If you’ve done any of these, I suggest reevaluating the structure, goal, and basis of your argument. Skepticism and Rationalism are important in finding the truth, so we must make sure the way we display our positions reflecting those things.

Why? How? If we’re concerned about the facts, the validity, or claims, then we must be flexible and analytical, with a dash of clarity, kindness, and consideration; acknowledging that we’re all humans who make mistakes.

Why you no skepticism?

Why you no skepticism?

Sunday

Reading.

Tangent: Must watch VHS tape.

Tangent: Must do indoor workout.

Tangent: My Animal Crossing profile might need some work.

Tangent: Must finish a song.

Tangent: Must argue.

Tangent: Must research.

Tangent: Must catch up on music albums I haven’t heard yet.

Non-Tangent: Avoiding contact with external reality. Seclusion rocks. Touching is evil (except sexual contact). Eye contact burns. Silence is golden.

denkokoro
harlequinewhoknows:

denkokoro:

We’re too intelligent of a species to believe in things that don’t have evidence nor require critical thinking and skeptical scrutiny.
This is not to say “Stop being open minded.” Be open minded towards the evidence. That way, your brain doesn’t fall out.


but is this person not lowkey comin for religions though? Cus I know a guy who says that, but explicitly mentions theistic belief. "You’re too smart to believe in God" like who tf asked ya pasty ass.Sorry, that went somewhere else completely.

Not necessarily. My post isn’t mutually exclusive to religion. Critical thinking plays a vital role in our decision-making and arguing, and evidence is the best justification available to back up our beliefs.I digress. This is not to say you’re stupid because you believe in a God. Many intelligent peeople accept theism as true. It’s to state that religion, most (if not all) forms of theism, have not held up their burden of proof. In other words, they have not met the proper logical standards of evidence for one to reasonably accept as true.It was a general post. Some cases of theism don’t demand evidence and critical thinking, so maybe the shoe fits for them. Thus, it’d be ridiculous.


“Not lowkey”? Are you suggesting that my status on Tumblr depends upon my ability to make a post like this?

harlequinewhoknows:

denkokoro:

We’re too intelligent of a species to believe in things that don’t have evidence nor require critical thinking and skeptical scrutiny.

This is not to say “Stop being open minded.” Be open minded towards the evidence. That way, your brain doesn’t fall out.

but is this person not lowkey comin for religions though? Cus I know a guy who says that, but explicitly mentions theistic belief.
"You’re too smart to believe in God" like who tf asked ya pasty ass.
Sorry, that went somewhere else completely.

Not necessarily. My post isn’t mutually exclusive to religion. Critical thinking plays a vital role in our decision-making and arguing, and evidence is the best justification available to back up our beliefs.

I digress. This is not to say you’re stupid because you believe in a God. Many intelligent peeople accept theism as true. It’s to state that religion, most (if not all) forms of theism, have not held up their burden of proof. In other words, they have not met the proper logical standards of evidence for one to reasonably accept as true.

It was a general post. Some cases of theism don’t demand evidence and critical thinking, so maybe the shoe fits for them. Thus, it’d be ridiculous. “Not lowkey”? Are you suggesting that my status on Tumblr depends upon my ability to make a post like this?