• Am I a sexist?

    Best answer: No, you aren't sexist. You have mental health issues which need to be addressed, one of them the thought that you, a boy, would approach a woman. You also don't appear to understand the word "homophobic." Do I believe that "Mom" accompanies you everywhere you go? Yes., Your need for... show more
    Best answer: No, you aren't sexist. You have mental health issues which need to be addressed, one of them the thought that you, a boy, would approach a woman. You also don't appear to understand the word "homophobic." Do I believe that "Mom" accompanies you everywhere you go? Yes.,

    Your need for attention which includes stories of animal abuse is concerning. You need to seek counselling before you harm yourself or someone else. For example, https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index... “I just falcon punched my dog and it stopped breathing how di I fix this before my mom gets home from work?”

    Here's some info you can print out and hand to whichever mental therapist is treating you:

    Cruelty to animals, torturing animals, FANTASIZING about cruelty to animals is known and diagnosed MENTALLY DEVIANT BEHAVIOR, very often connected to sexual disfunction.

    “PASSIVE AND ACTIVE CRUELTY - There are two kinds of animal cruelty inherent across the spectrum of animal abuse. ACTIVE CRUELTY, which is cruelty inflicted (with deliberate intent to harm an animal creating immediate pain and suffering), and PASSIVE CRUELTY (harm inflicted via willful neglect creating prolonged suffering).

    FANTASIZING about cruelty to animals - both deliberate and passive - is, likewise, known and diagnosed MENTALLY DEVIANT BEHAVIOR.

    Regardless of the arguments that it may be the "custom" to ritually slaughter an animal for its fur or skin, or eat the animals we call our companions, cruelty is cruelty and cannot be disguised. All animals killed in these practices are "SENTIENT." They feel excruciating pain, fear and terror. This fact cannot be disregarded. While no regard is paid to this fact in many other countries, as a European and North American society we have a choice and must choose not to support and to condemn this absence of regard.

    Animal cruelty is no longer a simple issue and categorically cannot be ignored. Animal cruelty issues long considered a peripheral concern are no longer on the outskirts of our society. Clinicians, veterinarians and scientists are starting to see a shift in that mentality now. Animal cruelty is now recognized as signature pathology. “http://cfawr.org/animal-abuse.php”
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Where is a good state to relocate to with me being on SSDI and homeless ... Who will take me in?

    Best answer: Texas. It’s always warm or hot so no fear of freezing to death.
    Best answer: Texas. It’s always warm or hot so no fear of freezing to death.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • I have a disability and I am wanting my fiancee to wait another year or two and I got called a jerk, why am I a jerk for asking her to wait?

    So I have a disability and an mental illness and I am already under a lot of stress and pressure. I know this girl back in my native country vietnam and she is someone who my family is trying to set me up back in the summer of 2016. She is the most recent one and we are supposed to go over there soon to meet her... show more
    So I have a disability and an mental illness and I am already under a lot of stress and pressure. I know this girl back in my native country vietnam and she is someone who my family is trying to set me up back in the summer of 2016. She is the most recent one and we are supposed to go over there soon to meet her and my family. I am planning on going in about two or three years from now and she is mad because I am making her wait. She got mad at my aunt and told her a few days ago saying he better come over here quick and meet me before I change my mind and marry someone else as I am tired of waiting. My aunt told me that the girl claims that she knows this other viet american guy who is an anesthesiologist and says that she is considering marrying him as she is tired of waiting. I talked to my uncle in vietnam and he said to me your making yourself look bad as you have been telling all of these women your going to come over soon and you don't. He said that I am making myself look like I am a talk and do nothing and look like a conman. I have a disability so I am slow on getting my life together. She's only 24 and so I don't get why she is so worked up on waiting another year or two. Everyone says I'm a jerk for wanting her to wait more. She wants me to come over there now when I have no money. How am I a jerk for making her wait another year or two ? How come she doesn't understand that I need to save enough money to come over there ? It'll take two more years of saving up.
    4 answers · 5 hours ago
  • Are people more aware of autism?

    14 answers · 7 days ago
  • Do mentally retarded people like downs people ever get to have sex?

    Best answer: Yes. They have tons of sex from what I hear.
    Best answer: Yes. They have tons of sex from what I hear.
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is it weird to put a 6 year old in a pushchair in Disney?

    We’re planning on taking the our younger kids to Disneyland Paris in the summer for a couple days, my older step children are going away with their mother. We’ve never taken the kids before and I’m worried how one of my 6 year old twins will cope. She’s got prosthetic legs from having meningitis as a baby. She’s a... show more
    We’re planning on taking the our younger kids to Disneyland Paris in the summer for a couple days, my older step children are going away with their mother. We’ve never taken the kids before and I’m worried how one of my 6 year old twins will cope. She’s got prosthetic legs from having meningitis as a baby. She’s a very independent child and is very capable at keeping up with her brother. But I know that last time we went out all day as a family she got so tired that my eldest step son had to carry her home. I think that the excitement of Disney and walking all day would be too much for her. I definitely couldn’t carry her and I’m not sure my husband could with his bad back. We’ll have a pushchair with us for the toddler and I’m able to carry her. My husband has suggested hiring a wheelchair for when it’s needed but I know that she won’t go in it because she’s stubborn, she won’t go in one at the hospital. Would it be weird to put her in pushchair?
    9 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why do most disabled wheelchair people wear diapers?

    Best answer: because when the have to go.. they don't move too fast
    Best answer: because when the have to go.. they don't move too fast
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • True or False: Not everyone who is within the Autistic Spectrum suffers from sensory processing disorder or is slow on the uptake?

    On the Lumosity test I scored within the upper 98th percentile on the part of the test that involved reaction time(especially in a visual sense). It's just that most people seem to lump us all into the same mold or stew when in fact, I'm starting to believe that the disorder is as diverse as the people who... show more
    On the Lumosity test I scored within the upper 98th percentile on the part of the test that involved reaction time(especially in a visual sense). It's just that most people seem to lump us all into the same mold or stew when in fact, I'm starting to believe that the disorder is as diverse as the people who have it. In 5th grade my reading comprehension was already well within college level. I have fast reflexes yet I have a poor sense of where my body is in space. I guess i mean that we are all VERY difference and the disorder is very broad and encompasses so many different types of gifts, talents and setbacks.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • What do men think about autistic women?

    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • What happens at a psychical exam at a social security doctor?

    Best answer: It would seem something came up in the medical reports which warrants further information or they wouldn't have scheduled a consultative exam. CE's are not routinely done because they are costly and increase processing times. Why don't you call the person who scheduled the appointment and ask? The... show more
    Best answer: It would seem something came up in the medical reports which warrants further information or they wouldn't have scheduled a consultative exam. CE's are not routinely done because they are costly and increase processing times. Why don't you call the person who scheduled the appointment and ask?

    The CE isn't done by a social security employee. It is someone in the medical community who has agreed to conduct an interview for social security. This person will do ONLY what social security asks them to do. It has never been intended to be a full exam - it is to get only that information, which could be only one thing, which is missing from the medical records but which is needed to make a decision. That decision, BTW, isn't made by the person who conducts the CE. That person won't be asked for their opinion either. SS will obtain the medical report from the CE and SS will evaluate it and make the decision.

    When a CE is scheduled that means that the evidence in the file so far doesn't warrant an approval - or they wouldn't be scheduling the CE.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can a person get an apartment if they just get an SSI check?

    Best answer: Yes, in most areas of the country they can. It won't be the nicest place in the world. You will have to keep to a very close budget. But it can be done. Start saving for one time expenses like rent and utility deposits. Start looking for things like dishes, pot and pans, silverware, towels, sheets (if you have... show more
    Best answer: Yes, in most areas of the country they can. It won't be the nicest place in the world. You will have to keep to a very close budget. But it can be done. Start saving for one time expenses like rent and utility deposits. Start looking for things like dishes, pot and pans, silverware, towels, sheets (if you have a bed) at Salvation Army.
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What advice would you give someone going thru this? Pls help?

    I am 38 years old woman. I have one son 16 years old. My son was diagnosed with severe autism 4 years ago and epilepsy a year ago. Soon after that husband of 13 years left. I have master degree in mathematics and work as investment banker in Singapore. Since I have left my job n decided to move back home Canada to... show more
    I am 38 years old woman. I have one son 16 years old. My son was diagnosed with severe autism 4 years ago and epilepsy a year ago. Soon after that husband of 13 years left. I have master degree in mathematics and work as investment banker in Singapore. Since I have left my job n decided to move back home Canada to get more help with my son in terms of health care. I have two older sisters 43,41 years old and they never worked in their life, my brother 39 never worked too and they r all married to men who don t work. When I went to Toronto, I told my mom I will stay with her few weeks till I find place to rent. My mother was very aggressive with my son and she doesn t even say hello to him whole day, whenever my sisters kids visit she s happy talking to them. One of my so called sister started screaming at me out of nowhere, she said look at ur son how he is disabled it is all because of u, u might be investment banker but I am better parent than u because my kids are not disabled. My mother said the same and started screaming at me, they both called me Whore and call girl. From what I have gathered they see I am in need of them and their true colors has come out. I called a taxi, booked a hotel and left with my son. Practically I m homeless now looking for place to rent. The neurologist doctor said my son shouldn t eat outside food. Life is really tough right now.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I am disabled and need advice for what i could work as????

    Best answer: In that long post you didn't describe anything you are good at. Having a passion for something is a start. But stop thinking of yourself as a vulnerable person and think about what you have to offer. Who classes you as a vulnerable person??? Go to local service agencies for people with disabilities and LGBTIQs... show more
    Best answer: In that long post you didn't describe anything you are good at. Having a passion for something is a start. But stop thinking of yourself as a vulnerable person and think about what you have to offer. Who classes you as a vulnerable person???

    Go to local service agencies for people with disabilities and LGBTIQs and ask what positions they have available. They might have peer mentor positions. Are you good with social media? Can you collate data? Do internet research?
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why do I always start to feel restless whenever I have to sit still?

    For example, if I see a movie with friends, they all sit so still the whole way through, but I start feeling SO restless and am just dying to stand up, stretch and get out of the seat! I have to force myself to sit still. Then I notice little random itches on my body that suddenly appear and I have to itch them. I... show more
    For example, if I see a movie with friends, they all sit so still the whole way through, but I start feeling SO restless and am just dying to stand up, stretch and get out of the seat! I have to force myself to sit still. Then I notice little random itches on my body that suddenly appear and I have to itch them. I just don’t know why I feel like the only person who has trouble sitting still for so long.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Does my son qualify for ssi?

    My son was diagnosis with Autism and learning disability. Is he eligible for ssi? If so what do I need to give the ssi people ? I need help
    My son was diagnosis with Autism and learning disability. Is he eligible for ssi? If so what do I need to give the ssi people ? I need help
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago