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Day #176 - 50 Pieces of Sibling Advice

If your family has just received an autism diagnosis – here are some very real pieces of advice from Estelle and Gavin, two ‘autism siblings.’ 938 more words

Asperger's + Allistics: The Impossible Girl

Good readers, in the past, I have briefly mentioned a certain special someone in my life. She is the only person on earth who knows who I am off the computer, and more importantly, she’s found a part of me that I didn’t know existed. 1,690 more words


Normal or creepy?

I just recently read a post on facebook about how this woman was taking her kids to ride a camel, and she saw this 70-something year old woman standing in the midst of all these children and became overly excited that this old woman was going to ride a camel. 339 more words


Definitely Not Neurotypical

Things are looking up again. The cold is slowly receding, and the engagement is over! Phew! The engagement story is for another day. To summarize it in a line, well, it was awkward. 393 more words

Mixed marriages - understanding each other

The term mixed marriage carries with it a lot of negative connotations due to a horrendous history of how people in mixed marriages have been treated by their own and the other party’s own. 519 more words


What's typical, anyway?

The WeeOne. Oh my. This child keeps me on my toes. Like a prima ballerina, I tell you. The other day on Facebook, I talked about his behavior leaving me reeling, wondering what in the world had just happened.   476 more words

I'd Rather Be Masturbating

Upon spotting an “I’d rather be masturbating” license plate frame, a very high functioning Aspie woman I once knew said, “Me too.” In follow-on discussions, she revealed that she enjoyed her vibrators immensely and asked me to participate in phone sex with her—not once or twice but whenever she could steer the conversation in that direction. 312 more words