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ADD Aspergers Anxiety Psychologist Counseling Testing Dallas

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Asperger’s in Adults: You think you know the faces of Asperger’s Autism

ADD Aspergers Anxiety Psychologist

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d_d_t_ is not an attention disorder it's a blindness to the future

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is they might opium

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to the impending future events

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you are nearsighted in time

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which means that the child and adult with a dat are going to wait until the

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future is internet

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and then they will try to deal with it

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but as long as the future stays out there

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i don't have to deal with that

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the closer it gets the more i'm going to organize toward it but i can't really do

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much about it until it's the eleventh our

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and then i will race around

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try to slap things together

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and a half passion and i

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to get it done

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a_t_t_ creates a nearsightedness to time

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so that the person with the disorder cannot organize for the delayed future

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but only to the imminent future but so everything in life becomes a crisis but

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the crisis was avoidable and no one has any patients with this

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because they see this as a moral failing

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you could've chosen to get ready

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but you didn't

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is phrased as a form of laziness

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this layer about me read you well carefree care less

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attitude

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if you could change if you want to turn

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but we know it as the executive failure it really is

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this disorder precludes him from organizing across time

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so you live in a moment

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and you cannot organize very large hierarchically sequenced behavior across

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time

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it means a future director behavior is intentional behavior which means dvd is

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actually ideally

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intention deficit disorder

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i don't seem to be able to accomplish most of the things i intended to do

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you can call that a short attention span but i think attention deficit disorder

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captures that much better

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now the frontal lobes

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the exec system is where you take what you know

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and you applied in your daily life

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it is not where you know something

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it is where you use

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what you know

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the back part of the brain acquires knowledge

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the front front part of the brain put it in place

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a_t_t_ has separated these two like a meat cleaver

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so it really doesn't matter what you know

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you can't use it as effectively as a that people can

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a_t_t_'s our performance disorder

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you can't perform the things you know how to do

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it is not a knowledge disorder

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most people with a d_h_ dino about as much as anybody else from their

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neighborhood with their education and that's cool at that age

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but they can't use it

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not to be here in ny or the degree of effectiveness of others

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so people with a d_h_ deed know what to do

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but they can't do what they know

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one of the things we have known and there are psychology

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is if you wish to treat an executive disorder performance disorder

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the only way to treated is to change the pointer performance

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the pointer performance is the place out there in life we are you should be using

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this knowledge and for some reason

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so all treatment must be at the point of performance and if it's not that won't

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work

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no amount of treatment done away from that place will solve that problem

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only changing that place will solve that problem

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you have to restructure the environment

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to help them sure what they know

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so what does this mean it means a teaching skills as a waste of time

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because they will be used

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skills or knowledge

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and these people are ready have most of skills anyway but even if you teach the

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new ones the likelihood that they will get implemented

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is pretty slim

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i can hand any adult a list of time management recommendations and i can

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guarantee you that most of them will never get used in fact the paper will be

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lost on the way home because it will blow up under the front seat of the car

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and then you'll forget that it's fair or if you do remember that it's they're not

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able to the refrigerator but you won't look at it and if you do you think you

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know i really should be doing those things

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he's a really cool things this is what i really need health and then i'll just go

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about behaving compulsively anyway

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and you'll come back and say you know doctor partly those were great ideas did

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you do the wealth i'm working on a point i find that hard to d_c_ retirement this

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is not the knowledge disorder it never once

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it's a problem with using what you know

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and no sheet of paper corrects refer for mrs

 
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