Selective Mutism Famous Quotes & Sayings

4 Selective Mutism Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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As a teenager and young adult, I found being mute intensely isolating and dehumanizing. I felt truly like I was just a pair of eyes and ears - an entity without a body, without a face, and without a mouth. I felt as though I was barely a physical being.Carl Sutton Selective Mutism Sayings By Carl Sutton: As a teenager and young adult, I found being mute intensely isolating and dehumanizing. I
I have packed myself into silence so deeply and for so long that I can never unpack myself using words. When I speak, I only pack myself a little differently.Herta Muller Selective Mutism Sayings By Herta Muller: I have packed myself into silence so deeply and for so long that I can
I was a prisoner inside my own body. I felt desperate, angry, stupid, confused, ashamed, hopeless and absolutely alone... and that this was of my own making. I could speak at home, how come I couldn't outside it? I have never been able to find the right words to describe what it was like. Imagine that for one day you are unable to speak to anyone you meet outside your own family, particularly at school/college, or out shopping, etc., have no sign language, no gestures, no facial expression. Then imagine that for eight years, but no one really understands. It was like torture, and I was the only person that knew it was happening. My body and face were frozen most of the time. I became hyperconscious of myself when outside the home and it was a relief to get back as I was always exhausted. I attempted to hide it (an impossible task) because I felt so ashamed that I couldn't do what other people seemed to find so natural and easy - to speak. At times I felt suicidal.Carl Sutton Selective Mutism Sayings By Carl Sutton: I was a prisoner inside my own body. I felt desperate, angry, stupid, confused, ashamed,
Females with ASDs often develop 'coping mechanisms' that can cover up the intrinsic difficulties they experience. They may mimic their peers, watch from the sidelines, use their intellect to figure out the best ways to remain undetected, and they will study, practice, and learn appropriate approaches to social situations. Sounds easy enough, but in fact these strategies take a lot of work and can more often than not lead to exhaustion, withdrawal, anxiety, selective mutism, and depression. -Dr. Shana NicholsLiane Holliday Willey Selective Mutism Sayings By Liane Holliday Willey: Females with ASDs often develop 'coping mechanisms' that can cover up the intrinsic difficulties they