Autism Spectrum Disorder, Depression, And Social Anxiety Essay

1610 Words Apr 6th, 2016 7 Pages
Children, with any form of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), are often assailed by suicidal thoughts at some point in their lives. They feel utterly pessimistic, stranded, and overwhelmed with emotional pain, and this situation cripples the lives of their parents too.
In order to defeat the suicidal thoughts of your autistic child, first you need to understand that the actual cause of his pain. Without understanding your child 's pain, it would be utterly impossible to deal with him, and his suicidal thoughts.
There are many reasons that can compel an autistic child to ponder suicide. For example, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), depression, and social anxiety. But, these all reasons come under two major categories.
(1) Absence of Filters.
(2) Low Self-Esteem.
Once you understand how these two categories affect your child, and from which category your child belongs, it becomes easier for you to resolve the issues easily and immediately... Here, I 've put together some precious information regarding these two categories with proper solutions. Now, first let 's talk about 'Absence of Filters '.
Absence of Filters
Our mind has a really confined absorption rate. We cannot absorb all the information accessible to our mind in each second. Researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology have observed a process that the brain exerts to filter out distracting thoughts to concentrate on a single bit of information. In other words, our brain cuts…

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