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James Williams at Lamarque Elementary – Part I

Several weeks ago I attended a lecture by James Williams. I have decided to break the lecture into three parts. Today I will discuss Mr. Williams’ introduction: It’s All Made Up I walked into the cafeteria of a local elementary … Continue reading

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How to Handle Serious Issues at School: Dealing with the School

This is the final installment of a three part series. Please find the first two installments: 1.How to Handle Serious Issues at School or A Very Rough Week 2. How to Handle Serious Issues at School: Dealing with Daniel. Wednesday, … Continue reading

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How to Handle Serious Issues at School: Dealing with Daniel

Note: This is part II. For the beginning of the story go to How to Handle Serious Issues at School or a Very Rough School. Barely a day goes by that I am not thankful I have my husband to help … Continue reading

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Video Game Addicition – Part II the study and conclusion

NOTE: I intended to have this up last Saturday. However, with my new job and a very busy schedule. I over-committed this week. From here out, I will be trying to write at least once a week and twice a … Continue reading

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Video Game Addiction? – Part I the history…

Daniel started playing video games when he was 18 months old. I was a new parent and maybe this wasn’t the best decision – actually, I know for sure it wasn’t the best decision. However, what is done is done. … Continue reading

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My Beautiful Son… Seeing My Aspie Son Shine

Daniel is incredibly kind. Empathy is supposed to be a struggle for Aspies. I used to be able to see that clearly with Daniel. However, he also picks up the “rules of interaction” quickly and applies them in ways that … Continue reading

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Teaching My Aspie Son Coping Skills or Honoring His Path

There is a lot of Aspie in me. I have never been diagnosed but as a child my brother’s nick-name for me was “Inspector Gooso”. I read through our entire set of Encyclopedia Britannica every time I was sick; memorizing large sections … Continue reading

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