I was delayed, and because of Sloth Yeah I’ve Got Ocd Old Cranky And Dangerous Shirt my fluent speech and some independent skills I did and still do come off as “normal” and not autistic. I remember being in 4th or 3rd grade and I still didn’t know how to tie my shoes (took me till 6th grade) and I asked for help by my speech therapist and she said “no. Just nooo. Absolutely not! You should know how to do this by now.” And I put my head between my legs of sadness as if I’m not being heard. Because I would be taught but simply would be hard for me. There was a life skills class and my mom (who is single and worked 6 jobs at the time) wanted me in it. She went to my case manager and she refused because I should be old enough to do these things.
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Well here we are in Sloth Yeah I’ve Got Ocd Old Cranky And Dangerous Shirt math class and I can’t even count change I received(7th grade). It took my math teacher to slam in the principals’ office and demand that I go into the life skills program, the principal saw, and no problem! Anyways, that always triggered anger and discouragement within myself, as if I wasn’t being heard. My whole life. In. Special. Education. Just get unheard. Now to my point (haha). Since I was 5, I knew I wanted to be an engineer and I had a passion for space exploration and science. I always knew I wanted to be an engineer. Around 7th grade comes and I vocalize I want to go to a Vo-Tech school. My teachers are supportive and believe in me (somewhat). I wanted to go for engineering or cosmetology, videography. Mainly engineering.
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Well some background: my worst subject is Sloth Yeah I’ve Got Ocd Old Cranky And Dangerous Shirt math – hence the Dyscalculia. I just don’t understand why. Now that I’ve been working on my ocd more with a therapist I see how it’s impacted my learning, but I also believe that I was really held back in middle school – development-wise. In the small class of 5 people, we are on the same concept for 3 months. Trust me, I counted. I’d get bored and be like “lol this is boring and useless and now you just showed me like 100 concepts” shutdown point: with my brain, I can’t stay on the same thing for a long period of time .. I need fast paste. And that was only through regular or advanced classes. No one wanted to believe me. So I felt held back and hence I was just developing like a sloth. I would fail a lot of tests, no matter how late or extra tutoring I get.