Thursday, February 10, 2011

Asperger's - Dealing with Annoying People and it's Anger

This video explains how to deal with people who annoy you - even if it's your own brother or sister.  I did cool special effects that keeps you interested and learning.  Be sure to click on the play button to view it. Main tips are telling an adult or a good friend and no fighting with them.  I like to find a special place to calm down when I get angry. I hope you enjoy this video.


15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good Job! You Have grown to be such a smart and brave young man! Very proud of you for speeking out!

Virginia (Jenny) said...

I luv this video! Thanks for sharing. :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you, very wise advice, I will show this to my son when he comes home from school as he has been getting into trouble for fighting and it might help him to understand a bit better.
You are a very smart boy, thank you for sharing your experience :) Sue Webber (facebook)

Anonymous said...

I loved it! Great job Matt. Keep up the good work. miss YOU!! Colleen

bbgunkill said...

Very well done! It is great to see someone be able to help other understand your condition and to help others with anger. We all get angry! Keep up the great work!

Anonymous said...

Great video, will get my daughter who is 9 and has Asperger's to have a look at it, hopefully your tips will help. Well done.

Anonymous said...

Great blog, Matt! Lots of great ideas. Can't wait to share with my son when he gets home from school. Keep sharing.

Matt said...

Thank you all for the nice comments. I hope to have another blog out in a week. Stay tuned.

Susan said...

What a great video, well done :). My 14 year old son has asperger's and struggles with coping when people annoy him..will show him this video later. Keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the work you have put into this article, this helps clear away some questions I had.

Anonymous said...

You got great points there, that's why I always love your site, it looks like you are an expert in this field. keep up the fantastic work, My friend recommends your blog.

Anonymous said...

Keep up the good work..my son is 25 with Aperger's. He goes to an empty room and put's himself in "time out" at work when he gets angry, it works for him.

TMThesaurus said...

Ganz toll! You really ought to update again; yours is a perspective one does not often find.

- a 22 year old girl with Aspergers

Anonymous said...

Just found your website - thanks for your info. I have a grandson with Aspergers and will be coming to your website very often for new postings.

Billy Boylston said...

You go little brother! Awesome job and I will do all I can do to build your follows and subscribers. 3 cheers Matthew! Your fellow Aspie, Billy