Tag Archives: Blogs I Read

Great Tips Regarding Socializing – for both Aspies and NT’s

I enjoy reading Aspergirl. It is a blog specifically aimed towards women with Aspergers. I find it interesting both because I find some reflections of myself in her writing and because a lot of the tips are fundamentally unisex and … 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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Attention Parents! You are vital….

I ran across the headline: “For LGBT teens, acceptance is critical“. I have always been interested in the struggle of LGBT teens because I see many parallels with Aspies. They are differentiated by something that they are born with and … Continue reading

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Advice to my Aspie son on the way to his first dance

Friday was Daniel’s first dance. I was caught off-guard that it came up so quickly. Thursday night, he brought the permission slip. He was very excited. I was very nervous. I was nervous because I didn’t know what Daniel’s expectations … Continue reading

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Are Empty Niceties Really Empty?

On December 2, I read “Imagine A World Where Aspergers Was The Norm“. I really enjoyed viewing the things that are often referred to as Aspie struggles from a different point of view. I especially liked, “Teens who live for … Continue reading

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Severe Autism – Remembering the Bigger Picture

“This video highlights a moment in the life of a family raising a non-verbal child with severe autism dealing with episodic, chronic savage self injurious behaviors. Footage (2009) taken after Jamey’s mother had just removed son from group home, following … Continue reading

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