By Nick Dubin
Bullying is a significant challenge for individuals with Asperger Syndrome (AS), either in school and within the place of work, and showing "different" habit, akin to no longer figuring out social ideas or hand-flapping, exacerbates the chance of being victimized. Writing in an obtainable, casual variety, the writer describes the bullying habit he and different members have skilled, and the influence this has had on their lives. He outlines the explanations for bullying habit and the risk of continual recurrence if it is still unchecked, in addition to the serious value of "involving the bystander". Nick Dubin is going directly to offer a number powerful techniques to deal with bullies and bullying that may be utilized by means of mom and dad, execs, faculties, and members being bullied. He stresses the significance of peer intervention, empathetic academics, and verbal self-defense, and indicates how loss of aid, condemning of "tale telling," or maybe blaming the sufferer reinforces bullying. This e-book bargains people with AS who're being bullied the chance to work out that they're now not on my own, and it really is a useful resource of recommendation for folks, lecturers, pros and group of workers managers.
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Also, polytropic people can more easily shift from topic to topic in a conversation. This inability to move comfortably from topic to topic can cause the conversation of someone with Asperger Syndrome to appear stiff and stilted. We will briefly review the concept of monotropism in our discussion regarding auditory processing difficulties later on in the chapter. Let’s see how this might relate to an individual becoming an easy target for being bullied. Vern, a 14-year-old boy with Asperger Syndrome, has just arrived home from school.
The boy insisted that my friend, the consultant, always hide in the same spot so he would know exactly where to find her. My friend had trouble explaining to him that “hide and seek” is not fun if you always know where the person is going to hide. Again, because he lacked imagination (and was rigid), it was hard for him to engage in appropriate play for an 11-year-old. Another 12-year-old with Asperger’s, Peter, demonstrates this characteristic. Though Peter tries hard and wants to be liked by his peers, he often has a difficult time gaining their acceptance.
They start laughing at him. Vern has no idea what he did wrong. This story illustrates how Vern was judged negatively because of his monotropic nature. His weaknesses in social understanding were misperceived as him being spacey. Let’s review the events of these two days. First, Vern was overwhelmed by the seven assignments that were all due the next day. On top of this, when his mother asked him to go to the store, it further lowered his frustration tolerance and caused a meltdown. A polytropic person could have more easily handled the seven assignments and would not have had a problem going to the store.