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I have written on several occasions on this blog about people not knowing how Aspergers Syndrome presents itself. Today I am writing about people who know all about Aspergers but twist their knowledge in order to blame those of us with Aspergers when their behaviour upsets us. 477 more words
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MAN DOWN!!! I need some assistance, H-E-L-P!!!
From an “innocent” (yeah right!!!) bystander’s p.o.v. here!!!
I watched, as he “accidentally” (yeah right, I KNEW he did it intentionally to SPITE me!!!) knock you off my shelf, I should be rushing over to try to catch you before you HIT the floors, but, I was “outside” of my own “physical presence” (like in those “outer body experiences” and such???), and so, I wasn’t able to, save you. 127 more words
Scapegoating is a hostile social – psychological discrediting routine by which people move blame and responsibility away from themselves and towards a target person or group. 89 more words
Abandonment experiences and boundary violations are in no way indictments of a child’s innate goodness and value. Instead, they reveal the flawed thinking, false beliefs, and impaired behaviors of those who hurt them. 70 more words
Leaving children in the hands of those who have ZERO accountability and who are complete strangers to your children, is abandonment of the child to the unknown. 97 more words