Incomplete autism (?)

Sometimes I feel like I’m not exactly a “completely” autistic person, in a way. What does that mean? Well, it’s … More

It shouldn’t be our job to enlighten you about autism [Mental Health Monday]

(Disclaimer: this is mostly directed toward professionals working in the medicine and mental health fields, the people who claim we … More

Relief and grief ~ the reality of adult Asperger’s / autism discovery

When one is diagnosed as Asperger’s/autistic (or otherwise realized to be on the spectrum) as an adult, an interesting dichotomy … More

Learning disability, or different learning ability?

In school, I struggled.  It doesn’t matter which year of school we’re talking about, whether it was kindergarten, or my … More

I tried to be cool

At first, it wasn’t like that.  In kindergarten (both years, for me), nobody really understands the concept of “cool”, so … More

Ideas for education, especially for Asperger’s / autistic children ~ from an Aspie / autistic adult

This is one of those posts that might start to play into a “Autistic Utopian” theme.  After all, an educational … More

The challenges of relationships for people “with” Asperger’s / autism

This post would be a lot easier to write if I actually knew whether or not my own partner is … More

I probably would have preferred *not* to be mainstreamed in school

For the cheap seats (in case this is your first visit to this blog)… 🙂   I’m an Aspie/autie; that is … More