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Reader's Preface to "My Heart Sees the World" by Dr. Tempo Grandin, a patient with Asperger's

Time:2023-02-06 03:03:58 author:Leisure vacation Read:110次
Reader's Preface to "My Heart Sees the World" by Dr. Tempo Grandin, a patient with Asperger's

Author: Harry Zhang Written in front of the words: Depression or Asperger's can be a topic of conversation, but it cannot be turned into a talk or a consumer product, which is unfair to both parties. This book is written by a famous Asperger's patient; Dr. Tempo Grandin, who is a well-known expert in animal husbandry in the United States, and the beef processing throughout the Americas must be tested by her system before it is served on the table. The film "Autism Journey" based on her personal experience was released in 2010 and won many international awards. Time magazine selected 100 "world's most influential people" in 2010, and Tianbao ranked fifth in the hero list. From her perspective as a successful autistic person, Trimble provides readers with helpful suggestions, specific implementation strategies and practical life skills, combined with a large number of the latest research results. Topics covered include: Why do people with autism think differently? How did they think? What are the cost-effective early intervention programs? How does sensory sensitivity affect learning? How to distinguish between behavior problems caused by incapacity and bad behavior problems? How to understand non-language autistic people? How to find the right university and tutor? As well as the analysis of alternative medicines and traditional medicines, employment advice for adults with autism, and the influence of genetic and environmental factors in the causes of autism. Ass in the future life, study and work, there will be many various and unexpected difficulties, but you can seek help and encouragement from caring people and people with AS. When a group of people faces a problem, it can be solved. The result will be more efficient. Many things need to be decided and judged by themselves. As an AS, you should be independent faster, not financially, but spiritually and mentally. As an AS, after reading this book, I am suddenly enlightened. Many years ago, I was misunderstood, framed, and looked down upon, or because of my "stupid", "stupid", "stupid" and "idiotic" answers. Dr. Tempo's book also gave me a reason for my path to study medicine, because at that time my memory was very strong, I could remember various chemical formulas and pathological situations, because I was able to think in a visual way, and I needed a lot of things When I see it, I can make the next judgment based on what I see. These judgments are very unexpected, and I have won a lot of scholarships for this. Later, I fell in love with accounting. Of course, this depends on logical thinking. In addition, there is sound thinking, which can help some autistic and Asperger's people become professionals in the field of music. Because each individual with Asperger's is different, so the thinking patterns and talents are different, but the influence of Asperger's good at learning and researching life style will not be a failure in the future. Write romantic stories, but also focus on depression, autism and Asperger's syndrome groups. If you want to know about the depression mutual aid group, you can find me on my official account: watch the water grow (baiyueguang0915).

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