• 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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