Remrov’s World of Autism – Talks about Being a Real Person

Be yourself. Why would you want to blend in when you were born to stand out?

I’ve never been more miserable and insecure than I was when I was trying to fit in with the rest of the world.

Accepting myself and not letting my light be hidden or moved by those who don’t understand me has changed my world.

Have self compassion and get to know and love the real you. Don’t let others ever make you feel bad about being real.

It doesn’t matter what other people think of you.

Always do your best with honest intentions and nothing else matters.

I am a fan of the Remrov’s World of Autism channel on YouTube. It is exciting to see someone so expressive and honest speaking out about the issues that we Aspies face. Please check out Remrov’s World of Autism for more great content and subscribe to the YouTube channel so you don’t miss a video.


6 thoughts on “Remrov’s World of Autism – Talks about Being a Real Person”

  1. You’ve made two posts that compelled me to (for once) think of a post of mine own. Please check it out, and if you have time, there is a link to “Be the Crow” by Sidra Owens. She wrote something very inspirational.

    And for other people out there: with autism cases in the high numbers, it seems to be becoming a norm or sorts. Could autism be the next stage of evolution, or has what we all been told was normal, a form of devolution? Arrogance that one is normal, is hubris. The idea that something is possible, is humbleness. What wasn’t around 20, 30, 40, 50 years ago, doesn’t mean it wasn’t around. It could simply mean, it wasn’t meant to be spoken of, or spoken of properly.
    Think about it.

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    1. “Could autism be the next stage of evolution, or has what we all been told was normal, a form of devolution? ” – I think that Autism is a mutation in human evolution. Could be a next step or a LESS social human? I wolves the less social ones stayed wolves and social friendly
      wolves became dogs… I would have been a wild wolf in the woods.

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  2. Listening to this kid, I melted. I heard so much of myself when I was K1 to… today really. I feel like I speak a different language. English is English but wow… When I was a kid, and someone would thank me, I’d say, “You’re welcome” and they give me the awkward leer and angrily come at me asking, “What did you say?” I’d repeat myself and it was as if they were torn. As if “You’re welcome” was as much of a dire threat, as it was gratitude. Yeah, you and this kid…. you’re gonna make me cry.

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