I did a speech for Toasmasters this morning on autistic savantism, and included you in it. Everyone was blown away by your recitation of a good piece of pi. Maybe you can expect some extra hits on your site this week. This was a brave piece, and very interesting to me. I've been raised as a Catholic, but don't really know what I believe and what I can accept. It seems to depend on my mood and circumstance, although I am optimistic that there is something bigger than us, maybe just because I can't bear the thought that there isn't
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By Gunveen Chadha :. This book is an autobiography of Daniel Tammet, a boy born in the late seventies in England with autism and savant syndrome during a period when not many people knew or understood autism and savant syndrome. Kevin and Jennifer spent hours patiently dealing with their child constantly crying and his head banging behavior. Daniel liked to live a life with routines and he made efforts to make them work. Daniels parents treated him as a normal child and Daniel was able to achieve heights in his life. When Daniel was four years old he suffered an epileptic seizure, which affected his father the most. Kevin is a very nurturing father who cared a lot for his children and loved them very much; he never singled Daniel out as different from the others.
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In he published his debut novel, Mishenka , in France and Quebec. His books have been published in over 20 languages. As a young child, he suffered epileptic seizures , which remitted following medical treatment. He participated twice in the World Memory Championships in London under his birth name, placing 11th in and 4th in He changed his birth name by deed poll because "it didn't fit with the way he saw himself.
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