Can you please hold the anxiety?
People First Language is great, but did they slip up with folks on the spectrum?
Rejecting incel culture and embracing singlehood!
Show of hands. How many people think panic attacks are real?
How can we relax when we don’t know how?
Is there a way to get this monkey off our back once and for all?
Why should those on the spectrum be different than anyone else?
Families aren’t always supportive, so how do we deal with this on our own?
— First things first. I can see how many of you off the spectrum, those referred to as neurotypicals, could read the headline as saying that people off the spectrum don’t understand people on the spectrum. That’s NOT what I’m saying at all. I’m saying it’s true that many on the spectrum aren’t understood by…
— Let me tell you a holiday story. First, you should probably have a little background so that it makes sense. In August of 2017, I moved from the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles and Orange County, CA to the Ozarks primarily to cut down on the sensory overload that overwhelms my senses…
— I’ve got some news for you and you’re probably not going to like it. If you thought it was tough to be autistic and in school or if it was tough being the parent of a school-age child on the spectrum, the party is just beginning. Forget about IEPs or whatever your school district…
Why is it a terrifying, sometimes paralyzing experience for people on the spectrum?
— First off, while this is about autism, there is information in here that is for any family with a disability. Please take a moment and read it. I want to thank Dr. Linda Barboa, co-founder of Stars 4 Autism and author of more than twenty books on autism and specifically, how those on and…
Could you use 5 eye-opening tips that will make you a more calm autistic?
How could my life have been different if being on the spectrum was a thing?
It’s not a matter of if it will happen. It’s a matter of when.