Be helpful to one another in the world have love for all Don’t pass burden Don’t give judgement In each relationship doing more the other well and forgive being under dance of being insecure Believe doing well will lead to better world because it will Bad behavior a result of being unloved Love, SarahRead more
The State of Minnesota is the home of 6 Autism Lights. The Minnesota group includes 2 businesses, a businessman, 2 autism fathers, and an animal. Minnesota Autism LightsAutism Fathers:Craig Evans is an autism father from St. Paul, Minnesota, …Read more
In case you hadn’t noticed, I’m a fatty. Am I ashamed? Hell no! What I am ashamed of is how non fat people, judge fat people like myself. You don’t know my story. I don’t know yours. Which is why I won’t stare at you, and jud…Read more
Quick warning in case you got here by accident or misunderstanding. This article rather directly handles a particular sexual issueRead more
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I love things to be neat, clean, and tidy. After having my daughter I had to concede that kids will be kids and that comes with messes. Messes can be fun, and as a toddler exploring her world I want BabyCakes to be able to have time exploring freely even if it causes a mess.
Sponges or sponge paint brushes
If you told me twenty years ago, that this is where I’d be today, I’d have punched you in your eating hole, for daring to speak such nastiness. (I was a rough chick back then. I was kind, and I was fair, but I took sh!t from no one. I alw…Read more
John Elder Robison is an autistic adult and advocate for people with neurological differences. He’s the author of Look Me in the Eye, Be Different, Raising Cubby, and the forthcoming Switched On. He serves on the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee of the US Dept of Health and Human Services and many other autism-related boards. He’s co-founder of the TCS Auto Program (A school for teens with developmental challenges) and he’s the Neurodiversity Scholar in Residence at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.
I work as a Child Psychologist, and School Psychologist in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, specializing in the diagnosis and treatment ofRead more
This article originally appeared on the Huffington PostAn abundance of autism signposts pings off the screen in the opening 10 minutes of this broadly realistic drama. Our five year old Joe, earphones clamped on, sternly but perfectly sings the lyrics …Read more