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21 Responses to “Autism #8 The Biggest Loser (part 2)”
  1. KimberlyMahurin says:

    If parents are not careful they could end up creating a child with Personality disorder if that child’s self esteem is low enough. We all need to be who we are.

  2. KimberlyMahurin says:

    LOL!~! I loved this. I finally am putting up videos after all this time. I thought of you and thought I should let ya know:-)

  3. JakesWorkOut says:

    ummmmmm mahb112 don’t call me jakie im to old now

  4. JakesWorkOut says:

    gess what dumptrux i did start dumbbellss with 5 pounds and the part 3 workout will be in soon and the dumbbells will be on part 4 workout

  5. gamiezion says:

    to give you a heads up: cartoons/animes will always be a big thing in the life of someone with autism, for the sole reason of it having ALOT less information compared to actually movies/series (as its all oversimplified)

    some animes that might be interesting when hes older though are: vampire hunter D, ghost in the shell (2 series and 3 movies i think) and darker then black

    all 3 feauture mature content, so you may want to check it youreself

    this is not meant to imply anything btw :)

  6. katycatcm says:

    This video series is a great outline for a book. You should write one.

  7. bopplayer says:

    Yeah Phil you know the other thing is how special it is to us parents when we see gains in our kids. It’s monumental and much more meaningful than parents of nt kids could ever appreciate. It’s a deeper level spiritually.

  8. PhilCommander2 says:

    Me to bopplayer…did the blame game and had my pity parties…in a way its all part of the process I guess.
    Thanks for the comment!

  9. bopplayer says:

    Phil great as always. Took me a long time to get where you are describing. Depression and looking for blame for the first 3 years after son’s diagnosis. Great job, you’re a super parent.

  10. wiscsuzski says:

    LOL, i get irritable when anyone tries to put me INTO a routine. Chaos is my obsession! For my kids however, allowing for finishing their thing before i move them into what I need is key to cooperation.
    Take care Phil & family.
    PS, my Autie uses eye contact better than i do. ;/

  11. edgehillnet says:

    Wow, He’s doing great, I haven’t seen your videos in many months, sheesh, he’s graduated to an aspie from autistic. What age is he? Really profound comments in your discussion.

  12. PhilCommander2 says:

    sleeping with dumbells? thats so funny!!!
    jake sleeps with about 30 stuffed animals…they are his class and he is the teacher in his pretend play. thanks for the comment!

  13. PhilCommander2 says:

    Thats a good question…I guess I would try exposing him to a lot of other more age appropiate things and see if he just latches onto one of them instead of Sesame Street. I think it would be fine to try and redirect his interest elsewhere…but I wouldnt try and just take it away from him thinking that it will help him.

  14. christschool says:

    Well, that’s a pretty good obsession to have for an autistic kid (weight lifting). It could come in handy in a lot of circumstances.

  15. davidcommander says:

    I haven’t seen Jake in so long, he’s getting huge! See you Thanksgiving!

  16. harminygritts says:

    AWESOME…your videos have inspired me tremendously…I continue to look for new vids and was so happy to see Jake…he reminds me SO MUCH of my son <3

  17. JRoque250 says:

    My God Phil, Jake is awesome!! You knew that… but seeing him get to this point and be able to express himself as well as he is doing is just fantastic.
    Is he Aspbergers? At what age did he get the diagnosis?
    Thanks for sharing those Jake videos. Go Jake!!

  18. mahb112 says:

    Way to go Jakie!
    Great video Phil. I have learned a lot from your videos. I have a question for you. Is it okay, or should you try to move your child away from an obsession that is not age-appropriate anymmore? My son’s obsession is Sesame St., and he is turning 8 soon. He’s been obsessed with it since he was a baby, and I’d love to see him move on.

  19. superautism says:

    This was a very good positive video about seeing yourself in your kids and bonding with them, so important, and I could tell from that last part how much you two enjoy each other :) I see a future trainer/ body builder there, way to go!!!

  20. Dumptrux says:

    bring on the bullies!
    my son has an obsession with weight lifting also.
    and being healthy too!
    i can’t think of a better obsession to have!
    although he goes to the extreme and even sleeps with his 5 pound dumbbells!

  21. BenedictC says:

    Very good video Phil, I believe absolutely everything you said because my mum has ‘traits’ of aspergers. She makes more of a mess when eating than me and has other traits including obsessions and good logic skills.

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