Reader requested content. Some tips for how to “not take things personally” – a few of my thoughts. Continue reading Let’s Talk About How to Stop Taking Things Personally
I encourage every one of you to do more of the things that bring you joy. If I’m ever feeling down singing is a great way to pick myself up. This little tune is one I go to. Content WARNING … Continue reading Singing Brings Me Joy
This week I’m speaking on a more serious topic. Continue reading How to Spot Manipulators & Abusers
Confession 90% of my focus is on my FEET and not falling over / stomping like a T-Rex. Dave knows what I’m talking about. LOL! Continue reading Hooping in the Dark – an Improve Hoop-Dance
As an autistic person, I need to make sure I’m moving to help keep myself regulated.
You can find them in “Autism Mommy Facebook Groups”, blog pages, and even writing books about how their “lives are heavily burdened by their autistic children”. You may have encountered them and not even know it. What is an autism martyr parent?
Continue reading A Quick Note About “Autism Martyr Parents”
This week I reflect on self-esteem, how my life’s been thought out its ups and downs. Continue reading On the Matter of Self-Esteem
They’re not hard to find. You can dig them up on blogs, Youtube and even the news with a quick Google search – disturbing videos of autistic children in distress, while parents film.
Viral sympathy videos could quickly be viewed all over the world. Once a video is out there it is forever. The consequences of this are not always immediately apparent, but can be lifelong, impacting relationships with peers (kids are mean and bullies could easily use this footage), future employers, and others. Continue reading Meltdown Videos of Autistic Children – Awareness or Exploitation?
At a recent doctor’s visit I was forced to face my irrational fear of needles. Maybe saying phobia would be more correct because I almost threw up and passed out in terror. Good thing they only draw blood once a year. Continue reading Let’s Talk About Irrational Fear
I learned a new term recently – Aspie Supremacist. I had an ah-ha moment this week and wanted to share my thoughts on where this mind-set comes from. Continue reading A Serious Discussion About Aspie Supremacists