Although the brilliant post by My Dream Walden is short and sweet, it’s powerful; it says it all. The general … More
My mom is not an Autism (Warrior) Mom(TM)
My mom is not an Autism Mom. She never was. (I’m not saying it’s a bad thing to be one; … More
Nearing a meltdown…
I actually wrote this post out, in its word-for-word entirety, many months ago. The situation described here happens occasionally, but … More
How to find your autistic child’s voice
Tonight, I would like to reach out again to the non-autistic parents of children on the autism spectrum. This time, … More
Reaching out to parents of newly-diagnosed autistic children, with love from an Asperger’s / autistic adult
I’ve wanted to write this post for a long time. I’ve long felt a desire to reach out to the … More
Myths about Asperger’s / autism ~ Part 2
True to form, the previous post got longer than I expected (Lol). This post is a continuation of a discussion … More
Meltdowns & showdowns: How to prevent a meltdown?
The way in which a meltdown occurs in Asperger’s/autistic people looks much the same as what happens during a disaster/accident … More
What does a meltdown Feel like?
In a relatively recent post, I explained the differences between a meltdown and a temper tantrum. Even for those who … More
Stop hijacking our terms; meltdowns and tantrums are not the same
Lately, I’ve noticed that it has become an En Vogue Thing for a mother of a young child to claim … More
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