I was an infant when I had the operation to remove my frontal lobes, which are the parts of the brain that control movement, speech and balance.
In my case, I also had two other lobes.
I had severe developmental problems.
It was during this time that I started to notice my autism spectrum disorder, which is a severe form of autism.
During my first year of primary school, I had to sit in a small room with other kids to learn English.
My mother would be sitting with me, and the other children would sit with me in the back.
She would take the chair in front of me and I would sit on the other side of the room.
There was always someone watching, and they would ask me, “Why are you sitting on the chair?
You’re not doing anything!”
But it wasn’t like I had any social skills.
I was really shy.
When I was 10 years old, I started having seizures.
They were just uncontrollable seizures.
My school had to call me in and they brought me to the hospital, where I was put on an MRI machine.
It showed that I had a brain injury.
After I had that MRI, my neurologist, Dr. Srinivasan, asked me, what was my condition?
I was just a child.
He said, “You’ve got this neurological disorder.”
I had this kind of blank stare, and I kept repeating, “I have a neurological disorder, I have a disorder.”
It took me some time to accept that I didn’t have autism.
It took more time to realize that I did.
When the doctors were telling me, I said, Why are you doing that?
But I just kept repeating that.
Then the neurologist asked, “What does that mean?
You have a mental illness.”
I said that I have ADHD.
He just said, What’s ADHD?
I said I have autism spectrum disorders.
He asked, What is autism spectrum?
I told him.
He started laughing and said, That’s all you’re going to get.
He looked at me and said “You’re going in the wrong direction.”
He said I don’t know what the correct diagnosis is.
I don, and now I am still not clear about what the right diagnosis is because I am confused.
There is no cure for autism.
There’s no way to fix the disorder.
It’s a life-long condition that is difficult to treat.
I’m still in therapy.
I have to work very hard, and that’s the biggest challenge.
I try not to do too much work because my brain is in a bad place.
I can’t read or write.
I cannot talk.
I’ve never had a normal conversation.
I just have to sit there and do nothing.
When you are in a coma, the brain is not working very well, and it is difficult for the brain to communicate with the rest of the body.
This is why you can’t eat, drink or exercise.
The doctor said to me, If you can talk to your mother, you can eat and drink and you can do things, but you can not move.
It is very difficult to find a doctor who is willing to take on the job.
There are many people who want to help, but they’re just not very motivated to get involved because they don’t want to pay for it.
Dr. Vimala Srivastava, a neuroscientist at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, is a pioneer in autism research.
He says, We have a lot of work to do to find out what the brain actually does, and we have a long way to go.
We have to find the neurons that are involved.
He and other neuroscientists are studying the neural pathways that allow autistic people to learn.
They are studying which areas of the brains are active in learning and which areas are not.
They’re looking at whether the brain can make a connection between what people are experiencing and what they are thinking.
But Dr. Laxmi Datar, a professor of psychiatry at the University of Colorado, Boulder, is also working on a cure for autistic people.
She has been studying the brain activity of autistic people for decades.
She is one of the pioneers in studying autism in adults.
She said, We don’t understand why we have this condition.
The reason that we have it is because of the genes.
We know that the gene that makes the dopamine receptors in the brain are different in people with autism.
We can also see that autistic people have abnormally high levels of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that can be linked to empathy.
But we don’t really know why they have this trait.
We don´t know why we’re able to communicate.
Dr Datar said, The brain is a complicated organ.
It doesn’t fit neatly into one box.
We are still looking for the right genes and finding the right mechanism.
We just need