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Well what should i say?

i'm known to be kind and loving but i luv to hav a good time!! thats what my every life is all about. My brother is autistic and is the best thing in the world for me. He really makes my day so much better and has made me into the person i am today! i'm a person who loves goin to get-to-gethers but iknow when enough is enough and i don't go out to hurt myself or others that just not me. most people including my self know i'm pretty mature and know i've always been this way since i've grown up in an enviroment where it forced that to happen but no regrets because i luv who i came out to be <3.


A story about me and my brother can be read in the quild Dream Journal, under Random Stories, it is called Childhood Story.

One day, the backyard fills with laughter and joy from a boy and girl. They run around the swings and climb trees as they play tag. At the end of the day, the little girl overhears her parents talking about a serious matter, they say, "Your brother has a learning disability called autism." She stares blankly and confused, but over time she learns the meaning of the word.

Days, months, a couple of years pass by, like rain drops falling from the sky. Summer is near and its hot outside, the family is now at the beach, on vacation . The parents walk over to the life guard and tell them, "Our son here has a handicap. Can you just keep your eye on him to make sure he is ok?" And they reply, "Yes, that is our job you know." Later everyone is having a good time bathing in the sun, eatting juicy watermelon, and playing tag in the ocean. However, the little girl periodically watches her brother carefully to make sure he is okay.

Over the next few days the family goes to the beach and repeats their sons situation the lifeguards again and again. However one day is different, as everyone first arrives at the beach, enjoying the nice weather and the cool ocean breeze that gently touches their skin, the boy goes up himself to introduce himself. The boy says, "Hi, my parents want you to watch me extra carefully today because I have a handicap. Can you watch me today?" And the lifeguard says, "Sure, I will watch you." The shocked parents come over to the lifeguard, after overhearing what their son had said, and laugh with joy over what their son has figured out about himself.

more story at the quild/forum above... and the story is still growing


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Krysel Report | 03/11/2012 7:36 pm
Just got back from the second part of the tournament, it was awesome :3
Krysel Report | 03/11/2012 8:29 am
No prob =^-^= So what's new?
Krysel Report | 03/11/2012 5:46 am
Aww I hope your day got better! I just got done with the first part of the ITG tournament. I didn't get very far since I got placed with high-tier players, but hey, it's all good. I got new headphones, they sound amazing, only got them for 50 bucks too. And I got an appointment to get my car fixed on wednesday so i'm pretty stoked about that.
Krysel Report | 03/09/2012 2:03 pm
I'm good i'm having an excellent day ^^
Krysel Report | 03/07/2012 7:16 pm
Hai thar :3 How are you doing?
Strawbunniez Report | 02/27/2012 2:55 pm
(: So do you like Star Trek TOS or next generation? And what's your favorite anime? x)
Mazohyst_Kyo is D E A D Report | 02/27/2012 1:01 pm
Mazohyst_Kyo is D E A D
Why the random add O_o
Alcestic Report | 02/27/2012 6:31 am
thank you for add ^^
Strawbunniez Report | 02/26/2012 8:24 pm
Haha yay! Fandom buddies (: thank you for liking my avi, yours is awesome c: it's super unique.
Well, you can call me batt, or whatever else you see fitting. ^^
Strawbunniez Report | 02/26/2012 4:01 pm
hi there whee do I know you?

SiiiiignituReee <3

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My AwEsUmE pRoFiLe!!!

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Luv the Beach
No Likey mean people
Adopt Now!

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From Aspergers and Autism Awareness Guild

My brother has many of these traits

Angelbaby In Love

If you're sick of hearing about all the "deficits" challenging people on the
autism spectrum, join the club! But for every down side to autism, there
seems to be a positive -- an unusual trait that rarely appears among the
"typical" community, but shines out among autistic folk. These plusses are
well worth celebrating.

1. Autistic People Rarely Lie

We all claim to value the truth, but almost all of us tell little white
lies. All, that is, except people on the autism spectrum. To them, truth is
truth -- and a good word from a person on the spectrum is the real deal.

2. People on the Autism Spectrum Live in the Moment

How often do typical people fail to notice what's in front of their eyes
because they're distracted by social cues or random chitchat? People on the
autism spectrum truely attend to the sensory input that surrounds them. Many
have achieved the ideal of mindfulness.

3. People with Autism Rarely Judge Others

Who's fatter? Richer? Smarter? For people on the autism spectrum, these
distinctions hold much less importance than for typical folks. In fact,
people on the spectrum often see through such surface appearances to
discover the real person.

4. Autistic People are Passionate

Of course, not all autistic people are alike. But many are truly passionate
about the things, ideas and people in their lives. How many "typical" people
can say the same?

5. People with Autism Are Not Tied to Social Expectations

If you've ever bought a car, played a game or joined a club to fit in, you
know how hard it is to be true to yourself. But for people with autism,
social expectations can be honestly irrelevant. What matters is true liking,
interest and passion -- not keeping up with the Joneses.

6. People with Autism Have Terrific Memories

How often do typical people forget directions, or fail to take note of
colors, names, and other details? People on the autism spectrum are often
much more tuned in to details. They may have a much better memory than their
typical peers for all kind of critical details.

7. Autistic People Are Less Materialistic

Of course, this is not universally true -- but in general, people with
autism are far less concerned with outward appearance than their typical
peers. As a result, they worry less about brand names, hairstyles and other
expensive but unimportant externals than most people do.

8. Autistic People Play Fewer Head Games

Who was that woman, and why were you looking at her? I know I TOLD you I
didn't mind if you went out, but why did you believe me? Most autistic
people don't play games like these -- and they assume that you won't either.
It's a refreshing and wonderful change from the Peyton Place emotional
roller coaster that mars too many typical relationships!

9. Autistic People Have Fewer Hidden Agendas

Most of the time, if a person on the autism spectrum tells you what he wants
-- he is telling you what he wants. No need to beat around the bush, second
guess, and hope you're reading between the lines!

10. People with Autism Open New Doors for Neurotypicals

For some of us neurotypicals, having an autistic person in our lives has had
a profound positive impact on our perceptions, beliefs and expectations. For
me, at least, being the mom of a son on the autism spectrum has released me
from a lifetime of "should" -- and offered me a new world of "is."

READ MORE: In Aspergers and Autism Awareness Guild Forums!

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