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Sentence Creator - Learn to Build & Write Your First Sentences FREE IPAD APP ALERT

Sentence Builder is an exciting interactive game to learn to make and create your own sentences. The app includes over 150 practice sentences for free and you can easily download hundreds of additional practice lessons.(from iTunes) 190 more words


Before discovering I had Asperger’s, I felt toxic.

Toxic to those closest to me.  Toxic to my family.

 There have been statements that Aspies do not have empathy. 977 more words


Day 15: Repeat, Repeat, Repeat

Most of our days are spent repeating ourselves. A lot of times we answer “I already answered that” or “What did I say the last time?” When a child gets stuck on an obsession, we know the weeks/months of questions are coming. 134 more words

Aspergers/ASD and me... update

It’s been a few weeks sense I came to the realization that I, more then likely, have Aspergers Syndrome/Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). In the past few weeks I have been researching and obsessing over my own brain and finding people I have commonality with. 1,299 more words


Aspergers, or schizoid personality disorder?

Making diagnoses can be tricky business. In the medical world, even with all the lab tests and imaging currently available, physicians frequently have a hard time pinpointing the best label (never mind the best treatment) for a set of symptoms. 1,290 more words


Time and Transition

transition: “a change from one state or condition to another”   “movement, development, or evolution from one form, stage, or style to another” Merriam Webster

“He has made everything beautiful in its time. 383 more words

You made it through the year

Tomorrow it’s my birthday. I’m anxious. But at least I know there won’t be any tears this year! For the first time in history! (Or, maybe there will be tears, but since I haven’t been able to shedding them lately, I don’t think anything will change tomorrow … or, maybe it will, who knows, it’s become a tradition by now to cry on my b-day after all! 404 more words