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There's such a thing as “autism camouflaging” and it might explain why some people are diagnosed so late

By guest blogger Helge Hasselmann

While autism is usually diagnosed in childhood, some people remain “off the radar” for a long time and only receive a diagnosis much later. 964 more words

Mental Health

The Power of the Strategic Yes

Welcome Jen Lopez to our MotherBoard blog team! Jen is a corporate leader and mom of five who has taught us some great ways to reframe the chaos of working parenthood using her unique approach of celebrating the chaos that is often around us and reconsidering our own approach to the challenges that find their way into the lives of busy parents. 987 more words

Reflections

5 Nursing Interview Do's and Don'ts

Be prepared for your nursing interview — and land the job of your dreams — by keeping in mind these five do’s and don’ts.

You’ve got your nursing degree in hand, and now it’s time to find a J-O-B. 547 more words

Nursing Topics

My FIRST® LEGO® League Global Innovation Award experience

Today’s post was written by Neha, a FIRST® LEGO® League team member who attended last year’s FIRST LEGO League Global Innovation Award Ceremony in Washington, DC for their PLASTIC ZERO invention, a packaging made from shape memory polymers. 346 more words

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Working Wednesday (Part 3) : Guest Blogger Claire Hastings

Be Yourself: Balancing Originality and Conformity

Although conformity is an asset in women’s business fashion, a personal touch won’t go amiss if chosen with due care and awareness of the workplace dress code. 256 more words

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Blog Update

I am so moved by all the encouragement and support from all my readers. Sincerely, thank you. I have now been viewed by people in 18 different countries! 26 more words

Personality tests and fiction – what do Freud and Superman have in common?

by Ana Calin

Hi guys, I’m Ana, a writer of romantic suspense, and a personality profiler. *Big Smiley* I’d like to go with the backstory of the personality tests, and what they have to do with my fiction. 462 more words

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