I think that this is disgusting. I have a brother who has autism. He then developed epilepsy at a time when his behaviour was improving and the epilepsy seemed to cancel out any progress he made. 102 more words
“There’s an improved way to post on WordPress.” No, there isn’t, just a newer way. It is unfamiliar, therefore I fear it.
Faced with an expectant FanBase, I am forced to admit I do not have the cashmere sweaters in hand as yet, so no picture has been taken. 579 more words
The dreaded Apsie meltdown. It is one of the hallmarks of a child on the autism spectrum and it renders the onlookers most helpless. For a long time, we just thought the crying and screaming were signs of a spoiled, strong-willed child who was mad he didn’t get his way. 402 more words