As you may not know I'm autistic. I have a lot of problems facing my emotions. I feel sluggish all the time and I don't feel like doing anything. I am so behind my personal hygiene and healthy eating. I don't shower often and I just started to brush my teeth again. My mother didn't like how I was acting, so she tried to get out of bed more often. But for some reason, it makes me mad. Every time she brings it up, it makes wanna cry. Especially when I'm trying to do my chores. She always tells me that I'm lazy and I don't want to do anything. She always asks me what will happen to me when she dies, She's worried about me. I tried to get out to bed and do something around the house, but I just feel bored. I used to have someone to take me out shopping, to the art gallery and other areas, I just can't because I'll be wasting my money. I would love to go out again but the funds. I can't afford to go out to the pool or somewhere just because of travel fees. I don't know what to do. Can you help me out? I don't hate my mother, don't attack her, please.
Autism Is something that is affecting many people in many different way. Some have milder cases of it then other but the still have it, and have to deal with the side affects of it.
Anger management, Family therapy, Behavior therapy are some of the treatments many have applied to their life to help with the kind of feeling you described. Another avenue is to listen to calming music, reading and writing down your feeling. When you write down your feeling, in a way you are giving them to the paper and that allows you to see what is bothering you, so you can make changes to yourself.
Another avenue of comfort I have found is at jw.org. on this site you will find a lot of interesting material, like videos, music, and even an online way of helping any one to get to know the Bible better.
I am not Autistic but we all have something we have to work on. Sharing this information with you helps me with my own disability.I hope this benefit you.
I myself am not autistic but do have several mental health disabilities that relate to this on a personal level. And a big part of the reason for emotional outbursts in such situations could be a deep internal feeling of being personally attacked by someone you share a deep infatuation with such as a friend or loved one. Especially if it's relating to a topic you've already internally attacked yourself with. For example say Bob noticed his personal hygiene was falling behind and instead of fixing it he allowed himself to feel fatigue and then emotionally beat himself up over it. And then afterwords say his sibling came into his room later that evening and verbally commented on his hygiene. It would trigger an immediate response in relation to how he previously treated himself because of the issue and instead of going and taking a bath or so on to fix the issue Bob would respond in an emotional outbursts of whatever it is that the topic stimulates such as anger sadness or fatigue. An easy way to try and get better at avoiding issues like that is if you find a personal flaw to try and keep up with it and be happy with your progress rather than bottling it up or feeling bad about your issue and releasing it all again later when a separate person points it out to you. Or even try openly stating you have a specific flaw or problem and see what other people can do to help you work on it. Similar to what you did by posting your question on this site asking for advice and help. I hope my response helped. Good luck and be positive bud! The best is always yet to come for us!