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自閉症の僕が跳びはねる理由~会話のできない中学生がつづる内なる心~

自閉症の僕が跳びはねる理由~会話のできない中学生がつづる内なる心~ Summary ✓ 5 review Ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò Naoki Higashida “One of the most remarkable books I’ve ever read It’s truly moving eye opening incredibly vivid” Jon Stewart The Daily ShowNAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BYNPR • The Wall Street Journal • Bloomberg Business • BookishFINALIST FOR THE BOOKS FOR A BETTER LIFE FIRST BOOK AWARD • NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERYou’ve never read a book like The Reason I Jump Written by Naoki Higashida a very smart very self aware and very charming thirteen year old boy with autism it is a one of a kind memoir that demonstrates how an autistic mind thinks feels perceives and responds in ways few of us can imagine Parents and family members who never thought they could get inside the head of their autistic loved one at last have a way to break through to the curious subtle and complex life within   Using an alphabet grid to painstakingly construct words sentences and thoughts that he is unable to speak out lo. This is a great book to be written by someone of any age and the fact that it is written by a 13 year old is amazing The book reads like a FA of uestions that anybody especially a parent of children with Autism or Asperger Syndrome have askedshouted at their children about why they keep doing certain things I bought this book after a particularly heated argument with my 8 year old this book did help at the very least it told me that many of the things I uestions eg Why do you keep doing the same thing after I have told you a million times not to Yes all kids do this but is Autistic and AS children seem to take it to another level In between uestions we are threated to a couple of short stories written by Naoki these are great and remember the boy was only 13 when he wrote this book It shows that creative writing is definitely Naoki s outlet and wrenches at my heart that such a creative and intelligent boy has so much problem communicating verbally or in personTwo thing to remember about this book Everyone with Autism or AS is different but they do share many traits so as insightful as Naoki s views are for himself might now apply to all childrenpeople However it does offer a first hand perspective which is otherwise unheard of the other is the messagetheme that Naoki is trying to get across DON T GIVE UP ON US Yes they might keep doing the same thing when they are told not to but you still have to keep telling them not to till maybe on the ten million and one time it might get through to the child then they know it for life As Naoki points out they might not look like it but they are learning slowly but surely they are This book is a great insight into a great and creative mind that has been trapped inside a body with fewer outlets then are available to the rest of us however with patience and understand many other children could be allowed to find their own outlet and unleash their ideas on the world Mischief and Marriage year old boy with autism it is a one of a kind memoir that demonstrates how an autistic mind thinks feels perceives and responds in ways few of us can imagine Parents and family members who never thought they could get inside the head of their autistic loved one at last have a way to break through to the curious subtle and complex life within   Using an alphabet grid to painstakingly construct words sentences and thoughts that he is unable to speak out lo. This is a great book to be written by someone of any age and the fact that it is written by a 13 Blackmailed into the Greek Tycoon's Bed year old this book did help at the very least it told me that many of the things I uestions eg Why do Her Husband's Christmas Bargain you keep doing the same thing after I have told The Geography of Witchcraft History of Civilization you a million times not to Yes all kids do this but is Autistic and AS children seem to take it to another level In between uestions we are threated to a couple of short stories written by Naoki these are great and remember the boy was only 13 when he wrote this book It shows that creative writing is definitely Naoki s outlet and wrenches at my heart that such a creative and intelligent boy has so much problem communicating verbally or in personTwo thing to remember about this book Everyone with Autism or AS is different but they do share many traits so as insightful as Naoki s views are for himself might now apply to all childrenpeople However it does offer a first hand perspective which is otherwise unheard of the other is the messagetheme that Naoki is trying to get across DON T GIVE UP ON US Yes they might keep doing the same thing when they are told not to but Hold On To Me you still have to keep telling them not to till maybe on the ten million and one time it might get through to the child then they know it for life As Naoki points out they might not look like it but they are learning slowly but surely they are This book is a great insight into a great and creative mind that has been trapped inside a body with fewer outlets then are available to the rest of us however with patience and understand many other children could be allowed to find their own outlet and unleash their ideas on the world

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自閉症の僕が跳びはねる理由~会話のできない中学生がつづる内なる心~ Summary ✓ 5 review Ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò Naoki Higashida Ud Naoki answers even the most delicate uestions that people want to know uestions such as “Why do people with autism talk so loudly and weirdly” “Why do you line up your toy cars and blocks” “Why don’t you make eye contact when you’re talking” and “What’s the reason you jump” Naoki’s answer “When I’m jumping it’s as if my feelings are going upward to the sky” With disarming honesty and a generous heart Naoki shares his uniue point of view on not only autism but life itself His insights into the mystery of words the wonders of laughter and the elusiveness of memory are so startling so strange and so powerful that you will never look at the world the same way again   In his introduction bestselling novelist David Mitchell writes that Naoki’s words allowed him to feel for the first time as if his own autistic child was explaining what was happening in his mind “It is no exa. I find it hard to believe most of this bookFirst as a speech therapist I am puzzled as to why Naoki can read aloud but have such severe difficulties speaking to people despite having such well developed language and great insight into his difficulties He seems to have it all figured out and yet being just one step away from making changes to his communication style he settled into using an alphabet board not the most efficient way of communication for someone who has obviously a lot to saySecondly Naoki appears to employ the theory of mind too well for a 13 year old who is severely autistic as most reviews have made him out to be He has too keen an understanding of how normal people think differently from people with autism so far as to make statements such as one of the biggest misunderstandings you have about usThen there is the us Even as David Mitchell starts the book by letting the readers know rightly that every autistic person exhibits his or her own variation of the condition there is SUCH overgeneralisation throughout the book about people with autism Beyond that every answer is so greatly romanticised with abstract ideas attached to sensory behaviour Enjoy being in water We just want to go back To the distant distant past To a primeval era in fact before human beings even existed and social communication difficulties Lack of eye contact What we are actually looking at is the other person s voice These answers sound much like what we as clinicians and parents hope to hear from the autistic children we take care of At the same time these answers seem to trivialise the very real and disabling problems autistic children haveI found myself getting and annoyed as I went through the book It seems to have been written with the intention to influence people a certain way the authortranslators have decided It is certainly not a good representation of most autistic children despite its abundant use of collective terms And there is truly a lot of bullshit whether that stemmed from Naoki himself or from the multiple rounds of transcription and translation

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自閉症の僕が跳びはねる理由~会話のできない中学生がつづる内なる心~ Summary ✓ 5 review Ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò Naoki Higashida Ggeration to say that The Reason I Jump allowed me to round a corner in our relationship” This translation was a labor of love by David and his wife KA Yoshida so they’d be able to share that feeling with friends the wider autism community and beyond Naoki’s book in its beauty truthfulness and simplicity is a gift to be sharedPraise for The Reason I Jump“This is an intimate book one that brings readers right into an autistic mind” Chicago Tribune Editor’s Choice“Amazing times a million” Whoopi Goldberg People“ The Reason I Jump is a Rosetta stone This book takes about ninety minutes to read and it will stretch your vision of what it is to be human” Andrew Solomon The Times UK“Extraordinary moving and jeweled with epiphanies” The Boston Globe  “Small but profound Higashida’s startling moving insights offer a rare look inside the autistic mind” Parade From the Hardcover editio. I d read some of the pro and anti reviews of this book by an autistic 13 year old Japanese boy before I sat down to read it so I had some context of the surrounding controversy before I jumped in so to speak Basically some people have criticized novelist David Mitchell for possibly embellishing some of the author s writing he has said he provided the stylistic icing on the cake of the translation and others have noted that author Higashida claims to speak for all autistic people but is clearly not representative of them I think the latter criticism has merit It did stick out to me that Higashida clearly gifted in perception and sensitivity constantly uses we and our claiming that all autistic people feel the way he does This seems much too generalizing Not all neurotypical people are gifted novelists like David Mitchell by the same token not all autistic people are as elouent as Higashida and many may not have access to the kind of perception he shows here That said there are some intriguing nuggets I was perhaps most surprised by the author s sense of shame at the way his odd behavior impacts his loved ones Even neurotypical 13 year old boys aren t overloaded with empathy and it surely turns our preconceptions on their heads to learn that an autistic child is so obviously empathic I think this book which is different from memoirs by parents of autistic children or adult Aspies will help a lot of parents empathize with their autistic children and that can only be good

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  • 自閉症の僕が跳びはねる理由~会話のできない中学生がつづる内なる心~
  • Naoki Higashida
  • English
  • 27 May 2019
  • 9780812994872