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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


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


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


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


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


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


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