Autism awareness mama bear shirt and unisex long sleeve
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
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Category: Autism awareness
There should be more videos like this to raise awareness about schizophrenia, epilepsy. Lots of mental illnesses are invisible so people don’t know and misinterprete social behaviour for e.g. Autism awareness mama bear in bipolar disorder, borderline, anxiety, panic and so on
Autism awareness mama bear tee
I realised I put them all together but when we talk about awareness and fighting against bullying they could be placed in the same category as “invisible illnesses”. Thanks Catherine for noting. Since a young age people begin bullying. Autism awareness mama bear Those illnesses I mentioned are well controlled when the person takes the right dose of meds but sadness and depression don’t disappear so it turns to be not only a medical issue but a social problem as well
Some men are also good at masking it. I was tortured, terrorised, drugged and abused by the psychiatric service for years. Not long ago a professor of psychiatry who I had shared information about being alternatively wired. Informed me that the psychiatric profession had failed to understand autism. Life is incredibly difficult being alternatively wired. It is not a disability in itself, but it is in a society that has emerged where the majority of people are all schooled and conditioned to unconsciously automaticall and habituly think as dictated by the politically controlling social engineers.
Like an awesome mom with it
I remember a situation like this when I was much younger. There was a party with all these people, it was chaotic could not take it, overwhelmed, had to escape. Couldn’t make it to the door to get out, too many people. The balcony door of the first floor flat was open and I just ran and threw myself over the balcony, had to get out, battered my face off the concrete ground.
Being a child with a developmental disorder that goes undiagnosed and is dismissed as attention seeking behaviour when compared to my brother showing the same behaviours, it was a very distressing experience. Then being told that as a young adult there were no supports for Adults with autism has led to a journey I’ve had to take on my own. It is exhausting.
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