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The DSM and ICD with regards to Asperger's and the Autistic Spectrum Disorder classification

This is from something I said in response to a post on Reddit in /r/aspergirls.  There is a lot more that I would like to say, and I know that this is very basic, but I wanted to post it because (to me, at least) it is a very interesting discussion starting point. 431 more words

Autism

Mind Shifts

Okay, so I think you’ve probably noticed that, yet again, I haven’t posted in a while.

It’s not you.

It’s me.

My mind has been shifting around so much that I’m tiring myself out by simply thinking! 544 more words

Writing

michael mapes

http://www.room62.com/human-specimens/y5qh6ubchdfo15e43w3yci7569xn4r love this work, categorising the human like this is something i want to start doing

Interesting read: My Lovely Wife in the Psych Ward

I’d just like to share this wonderful article I’ve read with you all…

My Lovely Wife in the Psych Ward

http://www.psmag.com/navigation/health-and-behavior/lovely-wife-psych-ward-95567/

It describes what this man has been experiencing, and going through together with his wife. 201 more words

ISHE/CTS #2

Todays lesson was all about how to expand our blogs further. The importance of tagging and categorising and how to pick a theme to suit our style of working. 66 more words

Cts

Tagging & Categorising

I remember last week we spoke about tagging- Tagging relevent key words from a blog post which makes it easier to search for in the future. 31 more words

ISHE

Breaking brackets

We spend our lives trying to fit everyone into a very small number of brackets. But who decided these brackets in the first place? Were they right to only give a few options and result in everyone from here on out encouraging everyone to fit the certain shape? 245 more words

Breaking The Mould