• Understanding Autism from the Inside

    “Academics came easily to me. The rest of life—not so much.”
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How do you get a whole Aspie House to voluntarily go to bed early?

Bring them to Comic Con!! Yesterday Hubby and I brought the boys to our first ever Comic Con, and we had a blast!  I, of course, lost it a wee bit when we first arrived. The noise, crowd, and stress of keeping eyes on all four boys in the midst …

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Autism: Loneliness and Lack of Social Contact

There is a common misconception that autistic people, both children and adults, are not social-or rather, they do not want to be social. This could not be further from the truth. Autistic people, just like those without autism, want friendships, and social interactions; however, many times these interactions are difficult …

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The Social Aspie: My Guest Post and a Wonderful Blog You Should Check Out

Good Morning, I hope everyone had a great weekend.  I tried to sit back and relax this weekend, but that is hard for me.  I went grocery shopping on Saturday, which wiped me out for the rest of the weekend, so I spent the whole day watching HGTV on Sunday. …

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A Voice in a Fake World; Asperger’s on the Inside–Social Frustration

An except from Twirling Naked in the Streets and No-One Noticed… A Voice in a Fake World; Asperger’s on the Inside A simple invite to a coffee shop can be an overwhelming experience for an Aspie, those of us with Asperger’s Syndrome. The coffee machine frothing, customers placing orders, the door …

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