On “Doin’ Time” and Learning to Fly (Part I of the “Padded Room” Situation)

On “Doin’ Time” and Learning to Fly (Part 1 of the “Padded Room Situation) Note: This is one of those posts that I hesitate to write in a public space, […]

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My “Neurotypical” Meltdown and Why I am grateful for Autism

“…Yesterday reminded me that you don’t necessarily have to have an autism diagnosis in order to lose your voice — sometimes, our own limitations in our cognitive resources are limited and our voice is silenced by our own intentions. I am grateful for everything autism is teaching me about myself, and even more for everything that autism is teaching me about my son. The more I learn, the more I collaborate with autistic individuals around the world, the more I realize that while we are all very different, in more ways, we are all the same.”

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From One Parent to Another — Emeliesvoice.wordpress.com

Originally posted on Emelie's Voice:
Parenting is exhausting. No one ever questions that. You pour yourself into these little beings hoping and praying you are doing everything right for…

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Na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na, Na-na-na-na-na-na-na-naaaaaa, BatMatt!

Na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na, Na-na-na-na-na-na-na-naaaaaa, BatMatt! “Holy Crucial Moment, Batman!” Bruce Wayne: It’s not who I am underneath, but what I do that defines me. Cute Story. So Keystone Behavioral Pediatrics, here in […]

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