09 Jan 2020

Autism: Crying, Laughter

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From Biofeedback for the Brain by Paul G. Swingle, Ph.D.     

Question and Answer about Autism and Breakthroughs:     

“Question:  My son is being treated for autism.  Recently he is crying more than usual and seems shy around people.  Histherapist says this is OK.  Should I be concerned?     

Answer:  When autistic children start to respond to the presence of other people, it is usually a good sign.  If your son is verbal, you might try telling some simple jokes to see whether he is developing a sense of humor.  If so, that is great news.”  Page 170.

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