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As long nothing happens which is in conflict with that pattern, you will notice nothing of the existence of it as outsider. Now we underestimate them, because we see too much of the autism and not enough their intelligence, resilience and their talents.

Where do I start? Rules are not absolute: But also the other way around: Even with people with adult with high intelligence, tantrums can happen, like we know as with the kids with autism. The many invisible and continuous changing social rules bedrjegt it for people with autism not easy, and those that want to do it good, make themselves huge concerns about the social situation because they are afraid to have a breib disaster, like many times before or are anxious to not be able to assess the behavior and reactions of others well enough.

Coping with insane stress levels — My life as autist. Bedriegg from this group will seldom initiate interaction by them-self, but they accept on a passive way the approach of others. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here This goes sometimes surprisingly fast. With people with normal-functional autism that is even more difficult.

Brain Deceives (Brein Bedriegt) – Book – My life as autist

Possible to live with, already used to it, no big deal. The stereotype interests are for people with autism often a refuge and a life buoy. Their action-terrain is bigger than that of the people with low-functioning autism and come easier in contact with unprotected situations.


Teens and young-adults are often ridiculed, excluded or even bullied for their strange way of making contact. It often suffice to do something two or three times and the pattern and additional rules are formed. You are commenting using your Brei account.

You are commenting using your Facebook account. The autism is so invisible it is lost out of the eye. By fully zooming into beeriegt certain topic you can close yourself from the hectic life of every day. Their life is more a sum-up or a sequence of detailed pictures instead of a movie where you are the main character. Notify me of new posts via email. What he did not see, was the unfit choice of words, the inability of what the children were expressing in a language understood by everyone.

Less words, less social pressure and especially making the environment autism-friendly: Their social problems are often getting visible in relationships where spontaneity, empathy and emotional support are needed.

Some are very formal, also in informal situations. Absolutely a problem in life without having any good solutions. Fear, depression and aggression are a consequence of that. You will be able to read a few rough translations straight from the book, that especially apply to me, but most likely also to a lot more autistic people, besides me. This book explains a lot in detail what is going on in the mind of an autistic person. What is also an obstacle for them, is to choose the right information, adapted to what the receiver already knows or not.


Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email required Address never made public. With an amount of people from this group, the problems start to show up as soon we berriegt more initiatives from them. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! Continuously we get put on the wrong track. Learning social skills does not help enough.

Peter Vermeulen (Author of Brein bedriegt)

It is in many aspects so near to my experiences in life, that it became sort-of a guide or a bible, how I work inside my brain. Not only high-functioning children and young people with autism are bullied more than others, but they can also see the behavior of other classmates which was meant good like teasing, see as bullying. The world means to then a bigger treat and they cannot always handle that. It is dancing on a slack rope. There are too many exceptions and nuances.

Brain Deceives (Brein Bedriegt) – Book

Someone with autism will protest, refuse or continuously question the change. People with autism often get quiet if they now breij then can escape from the social jungle.

The opportunity with overestimating adds up, depending their behavior approaches the normal standards.

They cannot give satisfaction towards those requirements. Most people with high-functioning autism are, just like their high social motivation, very scared to hurt others or to disappoint. The way how is although naive, strange, not adapted and one-direction, because of the problems with understanding interactions in a smooth way.