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In Laura Shumaker's thoughtful portrait of her families struggle with autism, we explore the journey that anyone touched by disability must navigate. Her writing is elegant. Her lessons are invaluable --Mark Trautwein, NPR Perspectives, KQED San Francisco A must read for all families affected by autism, professionals who care for children and adults on the autism spectrum, and for those who wish to get a better understanding of what it is like to wear the shoes of a mother striving to do the best for her special needs son.

Laura Shumaker has written a book with sensitivity, warmth, and intelligence. On one level its theme is autism; on another it is about tragedy, hope, resilience, and above all, loving. She lives in northern California with her husband and three sons. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Growing Up With Autism is a memoir about life with an autistic son, Matthew, written from his mother s perspective.

It answers the many questions that people have about autism through the story of Matthew s life spanning from babyhood to young adulthood. A Regular Guy illustrates the many ways in which family, friends and strangers are touched by Matthew s desperate desire to be a regular guy, and how his brutal honesty and social awkwardness bring out the best and worst in people in touching and humorous ways. In turn, A Regular Guy leads readers to love and accept Matthew, quirks and all, and inspires them to understand and tolerate the differences in others.

Read more Read less. Prime Book Box for Kids. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Assessing Learners with Special Needs: Review In Laura Shumaker's thoughtful portrait of her families struggle with autism, we explore the journey that anyone touched by disability must navigate. Landscape Press; 1st edition July 7, Language: Don't have a Kindle? Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention regular guy special needs autistic child recommend this book laura shumaker highly recommend laughed and cried autistic son raising an autistic read the book well written great book loved this book many times child with autism easy to read son was diagnosed with autism book and loved sad honest.

There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. My oldest son, James, is now an Asperger's Syndrome adult. He's 18 and similar to Matthew, Laura Shumaker's son. This is a wonderful book full of stories of how Laura and her family cope with and are living a full life with Matthew. They give him all types of experiences which is something my husband and I trying to do for James. People with Asperger's are normal, everyday people Through the Looking Glass" when she steps through the mirror and begins to have misadventure after misadventure.

She struggles with finding new ways to accomplish getting back through the mirror to her family and "regular" life. For "Alice" it was only a series of stories told to her by a close family friend; for someone with Asperger's or autism, it's not a 'story' but their every day life.

They struggle everyday to accomplish the simplest activity People with Asperger's or high functioning autism are not being RUDE when they speak with their eyes closed, there is a true social disconnect and they actually struggle a great deal to giving the appearance of being "normal", which causes mild to full blown panic attacks I see this almost every day in my own home with James after he gets home from school.

He's in a regular high school program with an Individual Educational Program IEP set up for certain educational and social goals he is given to a accomplish. James will graduate high school next month, May Although the school system has said he's met and accomplished all of the IEP goals over the past 4 years, he feels differently but is truly ready to move on and out of high school.

Some of his peers still continue their 'non-acceptance' and ridiculing of him; he's carried this weight from kindergarten up through to the 12th grade.

It's still sickens me and makes me sad knowing this happens. We are encouraging James to take classes at the local community college, telling him that is a place where everyone is concerned about focusing on accomplishing their assignments, not leaving them much time for immature tactics, as in the elementary and secondary school levels.

James is also seeing a psychologist who works with Asperger Adults, giving us some much needed professional support. This psychologist is also providing James with a forum to talk through his struggles and working on socializing as 'an adult with Asperger's' in a very 'a skewed' adult world. Laura Shumaker's book, "A Regular Guy: Growing up with Autism", is a wealth of personal assurances, experiences and wonderful tips filled with information. A person living with Asaperger's see life from the inside looking out; we, who consider ourselves as "normal", see life from the outside looking in This book is a non-clinical book, not filled with a lot of medical jargin or medical references.

It is designed to give a connection to both worlds. This book is written from the personal view of a loving parent, which is easy to follow. I highly recommend this book!!! It is worth having on your shelf! Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I purchased this book thinking perhaps the child was going to be successful. Instead it is about a child that ends up being shipped off in the end.

I'm just so glad that many pediatricians are more aware of autism. My son's autism was discovered by his pediatrician when he was 20 months of age. We started services not long after, and the change was tremendous and immediate. I imagine my son may have ended up like this child without any early intervention. I prefer stories like Temple Grandin's which give me hope not heartbreak This book really hit home! I laughed, I cried then I laughed again. Her story telling skills are superb, genuine, easy to follow and relatable.

I recommend this book!! One person found this helpful. I found this book very good for anyone involved in any way with autistic children or adults.

My grandson has PDD which is a high function autistic but this book covered much of the behaviors and traits that he also has. It helped my "get inside the mind" of one such as he is and opened my eyes to certain behaviors etc and what we can expect in the future. Hopefully, Wyatt, my grandson will not require a facility like Matthew has had the priviledge of living in.

We are holding out hopes that he'll be able to hold down a job and at least live at home or a group home if absolutely necessary. As a mother to a son on the spectrum I could really identify with this story. The first few chapters I felt like I was reading my own story. Over all the book is very well written as if I am watching their lives through a window. Living in the Easy Bay it was nice to read a book in a familiar setting.

I would definitely recommend this book to my friends and family. Wonderful story about Matthew and his family! Gave insight to how much the family went through and the hard decisions they needed to make. Easy to read and inspiring! I just finished reading this book and loved every bit of it. Not only did I love getting to know Matthew, John, Andy, Peter, Laura's parents, and all of the other people in the book, but I also greatly enjoyed the story as well.

I honestly did not put the book down and finished it in two nights a rarity for me these days. Laura Shumaker did a fabulous job of conveying her ongoing frustration, occasional embarrassment, empathy for her other sons and, ultimately, her infinite love for Matthew and her determination for him to have the best life possible. It is heartfelt and honest without being maudlin. Laura vividly describes what it's like to be the mother of an autistic son but she doesn't fall victim to playing the victim.

I have a grandson with Autism and heard about this book on Facebook. I could NOT put this book down. It was an amazing peak into the life of this family and I absolutely appreciated her honesty and giving people the opportunity of sharing their trials and successes in their life.

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Assessing Learners with Special Needs: Review In Laura Shumaker's thoughtful portrait of her families struggle with autism, we explore the journey that anyone touched by disability must navigate. Landscape Press; 1st edition July 7, Language: Don't have a Kindle? Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention regular guy special needs autistic child recommend this book laura shumaker highly recommend laughed and cried autistic son raising an autistic read the book well written great book loved this book many times child with autism easy to read son was diagnosed with autism book and loved sad honest.

There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. My oldest son, James, is now an Asperger's Syndrome adult. He's 18 and similar to Matthew, Laura Shumaker's son. This is a wonderful book full of stories of how Laura and her family cope with and are living a full life with Matthew.

They give him all types of experiences which is something my husband and I trying to do for James. People with Asperger's are normal, everyday people Through the Looking Glass" when she steps through the mirror and begins to have misadventure after misadventure. She struggles with finding new ways to accomplish getting back through the mirror to her family and "regular" life. For "Alice" it was only a series of stories told to her by a close family friend; for someone with Asperger's or autism, it's not a 'story' but their every day life.

They struggle everyday to accomplish the simplest activity People with Asperger's or high functioning autism are not being RUDE when they speak with their eyes closed, there is a true social disconnect and they actually struggle a great deal to giving the appearance of being "normal", which causes mild to full blown panic attacks I see this almost every day in my own home with James after he gets home from school.

He's in a regular high school program with an Individual Educational Program IEP set up for certain educational and social goals he is given to a accomplish. James will graduate high school next month, May Although the school system has said he's met and accomplished all of the IEP goals over the past 4 years, he feels differently but is truly ready to move on and out of high school.

Some of his peers still continue their 'non-acceptance' and ridiculing of him; he's carried this weight from kindergarten up through to the 12th grade. It's still sickens me and makes me sad knowing this happens. We are encouraging James to take classes at the local community college, telling him that is a place where everyone is concerned about focusing on accomplishing their assignments, not leaving them much time for immature tactics, as in the elementary and secondary school levels.

James is also seeing a psychologist who works with Asperger Adults, giving us some much needed professional support. This psychologist is also providing James with a forum to talk through his struggles and working on socializing as 'an adult with Asperger's' in a very 'a skewed' adult world. Laura Shumaker's book, "A Regular Guy: Growing up with Autism", is a wealth of personal assurances, experiences and wonderful tips filled with information. A person living with Asaperger's see life from the inside looking out; we, who consider ourselves as "normal", see life from the outside looking in This book is a non-clinical book, not filled with a lot of medical jargin or medical references.

It is designed to give a connection to both worlds. This book is written from the personal view of a loving parent, which is easy to follow. I highly recommend this book!!! It is worth having on your shelf! Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I purchased this book thinking perhaps the child was going to be successful.

They do not bring up a family. Mother-love is entirely absent. Even when Wonder Woman adopts a girl there are Lesbian overtones. Giving children an image of American womanhood.

In the Black Cat stories, the superwoman in ordinary life is a young girl like any other. On an educational page in the same book she gives good advice for violence as instruction for self-defense: The impact will knock him down.

The great attraction of crime comic books for children is alleged to be continuous fast action. There may be some. But when the stories come to details of a delinquency or depiction of brutality, the action slows noticeably. A typical example, vintage autumn, In one story there are thirty-seven pictures, of which twelve that is, one in three show brutal near rape scenes. The educational page, skipped by many children, pointed with pride by the publishers and approved but not sufficiently scrutinized by parents and teachers, could conceivably contain a counterstimulant to the violence of the stories, but often it just gives some historical rationalization of it.

In a jungle comic book what does the educational page show? In the jungle books the jungle is not really a place but a state of mind. It is easily transposed into outer space in the interplanetary and science-fiction books. The girls are similarly dressed and similarly treated.

Torture is more refined. If someone is to be blinded it is done with some extra-scientific instrument: In a comic book, typically full of blood, violence and nudity, the erotic hanging theme is exploited. The average reader, of a generation not brought up on comics, may not realize the connection between sex and hanging, with one of the typical perverse fantasies for wishing to hang an undressed girl and watch her struggles.

But this is made abundantly clear to children in their daily reading matter. What a hangman I make! The police are blundering fools! But I am an artist! In the next picture the blonde girl, clad in a noose, a bra and Bikini trunks is hanging from a tree. First of all there is the cover. It is always printed on much better paper than the rest of the book, and of course has much larger print and the colors stand out more glaringly and forcefully.

The title also counts for a lot. The scene depicted on the cover is usually violent. For example, in a comic-book reprint of a newspaper comic strip—the cover shows a scene which does not occur at all in the strip. In transforming this comic strip, intended chiefly for adults, to a comic book for children, this scene is added: A young woman with prominent breasts and nude legs is lying on a cot. Her lips are rouged, her hair falls loosely in masses over her bare shoulders and her face has a coquettish expression.

This is supposed to be the scene of a surgical operation! There are two white-gowned and white-capped men beside her, one about to put a chloroform mask over her face, the other holding scissors in his right hand and in his left a knife whose sharp blade is surrounded with a yellow zigzag halo used in comic books as a rule to designate the effects of cutting or shooting.

The whole scene has nothing to do with medicine and is unmistakably sadistic. The Superman group of comic books is superendorsed. A random sample shows on the inside cover the endorsement of two psychiatrists, one educator, one English professor and a child-study consultant.

On the page facing this array is depicted a man dressed as a boy shooting a policeman in the mouth with a toy pistol.

I get so confused and feel like he regrets seeing me by the look on his face. Let it be… give them space to be human… everyone including you and me needs to sort out their internal world… nobody can do it for someone else.

It has nothing to do with you. Thank you for this. My situation is somewhat similar. While my husband and I were recently separated, I started chatting on fb who is recently divorced. He cheated on his wife I know, red flag, right?

He seemed to get very jealous and asked why my partners car was in my driveway, etc. I went over to his place one night and he did not make any moves but he was checking me out big time.

We were both waiting to see who would make the first move. He has asked me what I wanted from him and I told him just casual sex. Almost 2 weeks ago, we set a date to hook up and went to his place. We didnt have a lot of time since I had to go and pick up my kids later that day. He jumped on me and we started making out and then brought me upstairs. He kept saying how this was a lot of pressure for him he had told me he sometimes had problems getting it up. We quickly got naked and he kept repeating it was too much pressure.

I asked him if I could do anything or if he wanted to stop. He kept saying how he warned me that this would happen and then turned me on my stomach and jerked off on my back. After that, I started making out with him and kissed him goodbye and left. I later wrote him and he wrote back saying that often fantasies and reality is not the same thing. Were you not attracted to me? And that was it. He hasnt responded to my messages asking to see him again he hasnt even looked at them.

I have a feeling that he is feeling guilt and humiliated. What should I do? Not talk to him anymore?

I am so sad and confused. Are you a lesbian? The third date mandatory sex screams not is alright with person giving advice. Yes we all fall into certain pitfalls, not everybody wants to cuddle after coupling, even with the perfect mate. No… you are just bad at reading and comprehenaion. Eric is making fun of the idea of mandatory sex on date 3 as one of the many stupid ideas from the book, The Rules. My boyfriend is in Iraq he keeps asking me to send him something that will remind him of me and that smells like me.

I have no idea what to send to him. Thank you for your honest advice. Truth hurts, but it is best. Eric, you helped me so much. Because of you my life changed for the better. I am over 45 and back to dating. A lot of men only want sex and will treat the woman very nice for a few dates until they get sex and leave.

How the woman acts, how pretty she is, what she has to offer has no bearing at all on the situation because the man already has his mind made up to play her for a fool and use hr for sex then dump her, pretty heartless. These men should go pickup a woman at a bar or a hooker and leave the good girls who want a real lasting relationship alone.

Its like pretending to buy a car and acting interested when all you want is to drive it once and you have no intentions on buying it at al and you lie to the saleman. Also tell me this, how would the man know about all the other wonderful traits this woman has that would endure her to him if he only goes on two dates that last 1 hour each? Falling in love comes with trust and knowing a person for a minimum of 6 weeks, not 2 hours!

My first husband we were friends for 6 weeks then fell in love…. Or a sex hookup site. It had happened to me before. My first love came back into my life asking me out and assuring me he was a gentlmen. We decided to leave the past behind. We were messaging for months. He even said he wanted go apologize for how he treated me in the past. We went to dinner and we ran into a n x girl of his he assured me he didnt bring me to a place to make her jealous.

We had sex, amazing sex, he acted like he was making love to me and insisted on being passionate…etc I even told him i dont know if it is a good idea and he said he aint into games. Well when we woke he was very detached and on his cell the entire time. He ignored my text about having my favorite new bracelet at his house and when i posted on my facebook a statement about having clarity he hit like on it but he never answered my one text to his cell. A guy friend of mine says he played a game just to use me to make his x jealous and to get sex.

I never had someone act like a gentlmen in privated messages for months and on a date, and be so passionate and aroused by sex with me then turn to ice a day later as if we just met. We were childhood sweet hearts so this is shocking. What do you got to say about this case? All this talk of women keeping legs closed is given men a pass in being so horny that they got to lie and meniuplate women to get sex. My question is, why does he bother to text me at all? I wish you all the best. You know it only takes once….

I had a man just do the same thing to me. I am still hurting over it its been 6 weeks now. These men are hurting nice girls they should pick up a girl on the street or go to a bar…. I am in desperate need of advice. I am divorced for three years. And I just started to date recently. I met someone online and we went on three really fun dates. The 4th date was a lot of fun as well.

I cooked this man dinner and he stayed over my house. He has been a gentleman, complementary, opens the car door for me when were out an all-around nice guy. Neither one of us are dating other people. So after our fourth date he has gotten very distant. I have done so much reading prior to me even dating this man that I know that pulling away is an uncommon.

I said happy Valentines Day to him, and he texted back ,same to you!!! We both have very full lives we both have children. So finally after three weeks of this going on with him being distant I sent him a text. He texted back and said he has a lot going on. I do notunderstand what happened to us.

I can honestly say that I am devastated. The feeling of rejection is so painful especially of her going through a divorce. So, how do I take it from here? Any advice mean the world to me. Keep yourself in check. What part of the responsibility? The part that you have control over: Oh, and that reminds me of the first thing I said: Why would I write about anything else if my interest is to help women get great results?

This website is for women who want to have great relationships with men. This things mean something. Hi, I find your website really useful and helping me understand love and relationship better. I have a boyfriend for nearly 3 years now. I showed my emotions again. The next day I calmed down and asked him for a talk. When we talked I asked questions like if he would be back with his ex. He also said nothing can break their friendship apart and said this is something I have to live with it. He wanted to take a break to think through things as he said he is confused and asked me not to ask him any questions.

Or he still likes his ex? I have the urge to contact him and I am not sure if I should during this take a break period?

What do you see from this whole situation and what do you advice me to do? He texted me before for his hometown and texted when he landed. I have been dating a guy for 2 years and 4 months. What does it mean? I completely agree with what you are saying.

Sometimes it feels like once we give it up to them, we lose any and all control and have to wait and see if they text or call us.. And to be honest with you, at some point they probably will because they still want something from us. But the signs are not always clear or we always hold out hope: I recently have been hanging out with a guy who has been trying to hook up with me.

I finally kissed him and did some other things no sex and we barely talk anymore.. Sometimes men are just jerks. I met a guy. He called, he texted, and seemed to really like me. When we went out, he was a perfect gentleman.

He opened the car and restaurant doors for me, he offered me his jacket when it got cold, he even held my hand as we walked. He told me all this stuff about how his goal was to make me laugh and how he wanted to be with me and every other sweet, yet very realistic, thing a man could say.

Then we had sex. Then the next day, nothing. So I casually reached out to him. For better or for worse, at least I got a decent lay and a few weeks of romance out of it. And they make it impossible sometimes to know what they really want.. I agree honesty is the best policy… You should at least have the balls to tell someone how you feel afterwards.. He totally gave you the impression that he liked you and then was a complete jerk.. I could so relate to this.. Men honestly make me sick. If you only want sex, get a prostitute or even better, jerk off.

Why cant they have sexual morals? Why do they rape physically and emotionally? Because they can dear: D, there is no doubt in my mind xD, maybe you will even believe that we love you.

Read your comment… did you have any reason for posting that other than to pick a fight and spew your bitterness, anger and negative energy into this page? Cupcake, I must agree with what this author is saying regarding having negative viewpoints about men. You will only attract the shady ones, as healthy men can sense it and will run away. Have you ever heard of the confirmation bias? Have you ever challenged your beliefs? After all, the common denominator in all your relationships is you.

I was once in a very abusive relationship. The man I was with was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. He had strong, negative, beliefs about women. Despite being faithful and trying to love this man, he was too damaged inside to accept love from another person. I quit school due to his extreme jealousy and constant accusations when I should have quit him.

It took three years before I was strong enough to leave him, despite the repeated abuse… It was his negative beliefs about women that destroyed the relationship ultimately. After leaving him, I spent many months blaming him for everything that he did to me and feeling sorry for myself. I learned how to quit repeating negative relationship patterns.

Most importantly, I learned to love myself first. I have to say my guy has been upfront with me no strings attached. He knows I have feelings. He is my best friend and I ended up and still am his rebound girl. I told him that I hate the feeling being used. My heart is caught. I was in a 20 year marriage not even 40 yet was a teen mom and for the first time I fell in love. Your anger at whoever blew you off after you slept with them is showing. Far too many women place far, far too much focus on getting into a relationship with someone before they bother ever knowing who someone even is.

The relationship is the state of your interactions between one another…and if that sucks, the problem lies with you. YOU and only you are accountable for the quality of your relationships — the quality of your interactions with other people. Your relationship begins when you meet.

She said they knew each other for awhile before they started dating and had been dating for a month. Thank you, Professor Des. This is not an undergraduate communications course.

Please tell me how can i admit her that my love is not for sex.. Make her feel comfortable. Be there for her when she needs you. Things like that really.. The guy I was interested in went M. A missing in action right after we had sex, and that was about 2 weeks ago.

However, 2 days after we had sex I contacted him. Several days later, I decided to message him online. After that, he went cold. But I guess… It just sucks. He texted me last week. Also, trust your gut instinct, if you think he is trying to avoid you , then why would you want to be in a relationship with someone like that?

I have tried many times telling him that I cannot just get in the mood when he does nothing at all to try to get me in the mood. Has he lost complete interest in me? Do I just not turn him on so I am just there for only him to have a piece of ass? Does he want to end our relationship and wants another girl? My boyfriend in the past has cheated on me and his other relationships as well. Can someone please give me some advise? He appears to be quite selfish and your question boils down to is it you or is it him?

In actuality, in spite of your attempts to express your feelings to him he continues to ignore it. YOU cannot change him and nothing you say or do is going to change him. Your choice is to stay with this guy and accept this is how he is, who he is, and enjoy a lacking in quality sex life, or break things off and raise your own bar. He clearly does not love you in any respect. There are over 7 billion people on this planet. Get your man tested before engaging.

Get to know him and maybe use a condom if possible. You will not regret. Can anybody please tell me your thoughts on this because it really is frustrating me! I work in the same place with this extremely good looking guy he is 33 he has a son and I am 20 he is very sweet,nice, friendly,we laugh a lot, always makes eye contact when we talk and initiates the conversation with me,he never fails to stop by to talk to me even if its a for a little and he compliments me sometimes…later on he smiles while I talk to him and he grabs my chin really soft…he has always told me that he respects me so much and if he ever needed anything or even talk I could always go to him not to be scared he will always be there for me..

He told me he wanted to go to the beach at night just to walk together etc Well he then invited me to his house to watch movies and I said yes: He is not married also and he is not he type of guy to ell everyone what happened between us I can assure you that. I really miss him and want a relationship with him: I feel so stupid for having sex w him cause after that he changed…he still is very nice but thats it.. What exactly are you bringing to the table?

The last thing you are is clingy. I think Eric has not actually answered her question. I find it strange that a guy should withdraw after sex as it usually makes the couple feel closer. Withdrawal may be a psychological sign: I think when a guy acts in this manner, it means that there is something wrong in the relationship and therefore the girl should reconsider this relationship if she would like it to be more than a sexual relationship — it probably will not be.

No woman should put up with this unless it is what she wants i doubt how many women really want or accept this behaviour. Keep up the good work.

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