You click on and you saw What? I saw the poem Through It All. I went back to the story, The Five Days Before Christmas and at the very bottom, it said 2016 NLD__Reverse Mode Coming Soon. What did you do after that? I pulled out my iPhone and Googled NLD Recognition. When the site rolled up I saw NLD Recognition and We Need To Rethink the Way We Think. Underneath the titles, it had Snitch This. So I went to Yahoo and it said May 2011 <<NLD Recognition>> and April 2011 <<NLD Recognition>>. Did you find what you were looking for? First, let me say this. Okay! You update all the time so Yahoo and Bing need to place 2016 or start putting your most recent titles out there. I learned a lot from the story The Five Days Before Christmas. That story was written in January 2016. Girlfriend, talking about a BOOTY-SCORCHER! You are going to have Employment Attorneys lined up everywhere. I rather sit in front of a Senate Investigating Committee or speak out to the Supreme Court on how Corporations Violate the rights of their employees. Honestly! I don’t think you are doing too bad pointing out INTENTIONAL BEHAVIORS vs UNINTENTIONAL BEHAVIORS. Throughout this blog, you have made some hella-fide comparison and contrast to the Opposite End Of The Spectrum (the so-called normal folks) to the Flip Side Of The Chart (folks with neurological or behavioral diagnoses). Boo Boo, you covered some ground.
What I love about this blog you INCLUDED the government, corporations, media, sports world, entertainment world, LGBT community. You spotlighted, women rights, Black Lives Matter, gun violence, and children/adults with disabilities. Hold up, partner. Hold Up! Whatever word you would like to use, society stigmatizes, condemn, and reach down into hell’s fire pit to label people disabled. This is exactly why so many people fail to reach out because of the Shame, Humiliation, and Guilt. Be it medical or psychological, Intervention is mandatory and the path to discovery. Intervention is the path to health and recovery. Oh! Did I trigger your behavior? Are you Having a PURPLE RAIN MOMENT? No! I’m having a Let’s, Go Crazy Moment. Help me LAWD! Just a friendly reminder to society for those individuals who are labeled as disabled can be viewed through another lens. These are the people with extraordinary minds, unique abilities, and multi-level learning styles. I said it once and I will repeat it a thousand times. All-righty Girlfriend! Did I touch off a nerve? No! You Pissed Me Off. More neurons were involved. Big Difference!.
Thank you for bringing up Prince’s song. He was Mr. Edwardian Architect. He was the creator of kicking Traditional to the curb. Prince Body Language was definitely a Sign of the Times. Prince personality was one of a Good-Hearted King. He owns the title better known as your Royal Purpleness. He mastered the art of caring. His sharing was prolific. Van Jones has made it clear that it should be POINTED OUT Prince was not only the man out in front of his music but an Iconic Philanthropist who held many keys and open many doors. Prince style was built from boulders of confidence. Brick by brick and stone by stone he endured hurt and pain. Prince rose to the occasion of becoming better and not bitter. He was the Pied Piper of Diversity. The colors Prince bathe his life it was the representation of inclusion. Even Prince the Genius was excluded because of his unique dress did not impress nor did it fit in with the average rocker. Clothing is on the top 100 Bill Board of Non-Verbal Communication. Clothing speaks when words aren’t present. It was his flair, the ability to change in style and in his music.
Humanity was served on Prince’s versatile guitars, pianos, and the multiple instruments which he charmed our hearts and mesmerized our minds. After all, he served the people. Was he viewed through the lens of being weird and strange? Absolutely? Prince represented the Purple EMOJI of Self Confidence wrapped in a cloud of INDIVIDUALITY. Different is OKAY. The Royal Purpleness in all his shyness roared letting nothing stand in his way of building his dream. In return, he helps many people build their dreams. In the face of disaster, Prince suited up and rescued the needy from their nightmares. Fabrics of purple silk ripple in the high winds now flying at half-mast. The lesson Prince bestowed upon me was Wear You, Be For Real With You, Accept You, You are You, Be ever so Merciful To You and Others.
This brings me to the question again. Did you find the story 2016 NLD__Reverse Mode? No, I didn’t. The story is taking place right here right now. How is that possible? It’s happening all around us on a daily basis. We see it all the time yet we ignore or take it for granted. People who are put under the microscope, viewed differently, condemned, punished, and isolated for being born with neurological disorders and Unintentional Behaviors do not choose to fail. NLD Syndrome is an excellent example of neurological disorders whereabout people who are diagnosed with this particular disorder aren’t Emotionally disturbed or behavioral problems. Let’s get it, straight people. When you see the word neurological connect the dots to the nervous system. Before I go any further NLD (Nonverbal Learning Disability) encompass three areas: Social, Motoric, and Visual-Spatial.
Nonverbal Learning Disability (NLD) is a developmental disability in which the individual demonstrates a mature vocabulary, rote memory skills, and an excellent reading ability, Children/adults have a difficult time interacting with others, transitioning to new settings, working with new people, trouble with writing/fine motor coordination.
1.) motor impairment-causing difficulty in tasks that requires dexterity, manipulating small objects, coordinated handling tasks, such as writing, typing, and buttoning buttons
2.) attentional deficits-causing difficulty in coping with over-stimulating or distracting environments and requiring the person to have limited distractions and assistance in focusing oneself.
3.) difficulties in performing multiple tasks simultaneously causing in the individual to only need to do one thing at a time and limit the amount of information he/she can take in at the same time (he/she cannot follow multiple commands given at once).
4.) difficulty organizing material on their own-requiring the person to receive assistance in writing outlines, determining how to sequence/order, and prioritizing, and planning, and transitioning from one idea aspect of a project to another.
5.) visual-perceptual/visual-spatial deficits-difficulty reading maps, differentiating left and right, drawing complex figures, and understanding higher levels of arithmetic (such as geometry).
6.) social miscueing-causing the individual to have difficulty interpreting body language and facial expressions, knowing when the person is too close or too far away from someone with whom he/she is conversing, and understanding pragmatics.
7.) difficulty thinking creatively or abstractly causing the individual to think in “black or white” instead of considering the gray area and to have difficulties being flexible instead of rigid in their ideas.
These character traits with the proper support of family, friends, and other trusted relationships will help the individual EXCEED EXPECTATION. People with Neurological Unintentional Behavior do not wish to fail. Go back and review The Truth About NLD (Nonverbal Learning Disability) And Who It Can Resemble, Who In The World Is NLD?, We Need An Interpreter, Refresher Course NLD and there is so much more. The core problem of NLD Syndrome is putting the pieces of the puzzle together and getting the whole picture. If the whole picture does not come together the BOTTOM LINE will be quite sufficient. The following 7 character traits will be flipped for the Reverse Mode. Let’s see if you get the Whole Picture or the Bottom Line.