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Mr. Aspie Writer: Day Three on Solo Planet…"I am obsolete"

     This is hubby’s email update awaiting my posting this morning.       I see that he mentions the shower in his hotel being hospitable to my Aspie senses.  Just to clarify, I think he has it backwards.  Showers that with a strong, firm, beat the hell out of me water …

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What I learned from being punished in school

Sights, Sounds, and Asperger’s: What I learned from sitting in the hallways at school. I came across this post today on Parenting with Asperger’s Syndrome, Reasons Why Your Child Might Meltdown atSchool , and it got me thinking. Since I‘ve been diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome(AS), which many of you already …

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Liar Liar Pants on Fire! Why do we believe them?

Lies: Do girl’s with Asperger’s Syndrome believe lies too easily? I had been reading 2012 Top Autism Blog picks today when I came across Amy Grovino’s blog: Amy’s Tiny Corner of Existence. I found it to be a fantastic blog written by a talented writer with Asperger’s Syndrome. After reading …

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High Functioning My Ass-perger’s! Part I: Sensory Issues

Do other Mom’s with Asperger’s Syndrome have difficulty with everyday household chores? Sometimes I get so tired of feeling like I should just be able to do things that I cannot seem to do!  If all the difficulties aren’t enough, my extreme sensory issues have to be at the top …

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Stupid Wizard—Get out of my head!

Just stories running through my head, or my subconscious trying to make me listen? Have you ever been lectured by a fictional character? You know, when things in life are going wrong, or you are thinking about something, or just plain walking through the supermarket and characters repeat lines in …

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