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From Decisions to Self-Esteem

There are two quotes that triggered the writing of this post:

“You like to see all sides, and remain a neutral position. But you will eventually need to choose which camp you want to sit with, or accept the difficulty of where you currently are.” 1,096 more words

Aspergirl

Employment

“A different way of approaching life, one that is dominated by the pursuit of knowledge and truth”. Tony Attwood

Being Asperger and being in employment have not been terribly compatible concepts in society. 1,378 more words

Aspergirl

5 Reasons You Need Some Room To Play in Your Life

  1. We are objective:  We don’t live in your home… our objectivity means the clutter is not overwhelming to us. We are not attached to the stuff that is taking up space.
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Family Life

Updated...How are kids and teens with ADHD different?

Editor’s note: Out of the 700+ blog posts featured here since the middle of 2010, the post I’ve printed out and shared most frequently with parents coming through our office is this post on the differences in kids with ADHD. 993 more words

Key Ministry

Executive Functioning

Executive Dysfunction – What is it?

Helpful articles and suggestions for managing problems associated with Executive Functioning Disorder. For Parents and Teachers.

Executive Functioning

Executive Functioning

The following is reposted with permission from http://roomtoplaycanada.wordpress.com

Executive functioning is a term that teachers use to describe a child’s ability to plan ahead, be on time and prepare or organize for the day. 377 more words

The Homework Map: Charting their courses

Homework was never easy or enjoyable at our house. Honestly, I kind of resent having to have anything to do with it (I did my homework back in the 1980s, I should be done by now). 1,101 more words

The Momentum Optimization Project