We Were Told To Give Up Our Autistic Twins: BORN DIFFERENT




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We Were Told To Give Up Our Autistic Twins: BORN DIFFERENT

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  1. What is it about autism that they can't learn rules for behavior? I mean even a goldfish or a pigeon can be taught not to do this or that through positive reinforcement… I don't understand?

  2. When I got diagnosed with autism I told 1 of my friends (my family knew) but this “friend” had decided to tell a tonne of people although I told her not to. And I found out that she was talking about me behind my back. I’ve stopped hanging out with her and decided to hang out with my friends from primary school. I’m

  3. heard alot about this but one thing that really surprise and makes me happy is that most of the parents never regrets having them.. yes it is indeed extra challenge to take care of em but most people says that they give happiness and positivity and energy than the "common" people.. (don't want to use the term "normal" because for me they are normal). these kids are adorable. i Salute the parents 100% for being the best buddy of their twins

  4. As someone with Asperger's syndrome i do understand a lot. I can not stand loud noises, crowds, and physical contact. Thought the latter i am obligated to because people would hug or touch me anyway. I just dont feel comfortable and school is a nightmare.

  5. Here’s a random thing about autism from someone with high functioning autism

    Sound for some can be heightened and it can make us act out from discomfort

    I use gun range headphones in the car XD

  6. How could anyone think they belonged in an institution? They were basically just large toddlers who needed extra help to learn what other people pick up naturally. What little kid doesn't go through a period of breaking stuff and trying to escape?

  7. Annie and Mark, you an inspiration to all. It is a real pleasure to take care of your family. Keep sharing your story so others can have the strength to learn and take care of their children too.

  8. I have autism mild autism but its still apart of me 30 years of it and i was told i would naver live alone well I'm on my own even though i need help with some stuff I'm still going strong

  9. Very disappointing video. The idea is "born different," but they only highlighted the disabilities and then called them "miracles" for functioning at all.

    This series really shouldn't film children who haven't figured out coping mechanisms or self-support systems yet… developing such things is a process, like finding one's niche is for anyone. There are lots of Autistic adults who out there could have given them more insight and optimism and truly shown the uniqueness of being Autistic.

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