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A "Typical" Day In My Life With Asperger's

Asperger’s is anything but typical, but it also doesn’t define a person. Our lives are different, so therefore, our days are different. Here is a ride through a Sunday in my life as someone with Asperger’s: 885 more words

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Why Books Are The Perfect Way To Spread Art To The Masses - Huffington Post

Sometimes the simplest of ideas are the most revolutionary. Art is expensive, often ludicrously so. Even with lesser-known emerging artists, an original artwork will set you back hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars.

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One Person: Two Personalities Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is one illness people are scared to talk about. But we believe that if we continue to refuse to talk about this illness, many people’s lives will be affected especially those who are suffering from the disorder. 410 more words

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Bipolar Disorder: What Life is Like for the Patient and the Family

Each and every one of us is born unique. Some people are born richer than others while some struggle to live day by day. There are people who feel insecure about their dimples while others wish they have it. 472 more words

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Asperger's and Attention

I’ve always had a hard time paying attention. This is strange, because I was an A student during my high school years, and was an average student in the semester I was in college. 684 more words

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She Will Be Missed

Note: This was written yesterday, July 21, 2016

Sad isn’t a strong enough word for how I am feeling right now. This isn’t because of my bipolar or depression. 950 more words

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