How do we conquer anxiety when life throws fearful situations in our faces all the time?
Love people enough to be who they are.
At the beginning of Autism Awareness month, Raymond Baxter speaks to the generations who have lived on the spectrum without diagnosis or support.
I am the result of every single decision I have made up until this point.
I had to learn to relinquish control. It was an incredibly hard learning curve.
Risk is the starting point and ending point of change.
If employees are satisfied, then your productivity goes through the roof.
My vulnerability, exposed.
Learning from the mistakes of the past to give my son a better future.
The road to an easier life is accepting that the darkness lives within you.
Some of us are becoming trapped in our labels.
To not be sexual is for me to not accept who I am.
We share more in common than we have at conflict with one another.
Change is inevitable. Stop fighting it.
What Raymond Baxter learned about himself when his son was diagnosed.
“Before you speak, think about how you would feel if you were receiving your own words.”