Follow my blog with Bloglovin Fidget Spinners and Bouncing Knees It took me a long time to make up my mind and write this post. Because it addresses what is both the biggest motivator and also the hardest thing to come to terms with about this topic. Namely the embarrassment, stigma and misinformation attached to…Read more Stimming Confidential
Follow my blog with Bloglovin On Mourning for What Could Have Been Let the pity party begin! So much has slipped through my fingers through the years! Jobs, promising careers, relationships! Scientist, musician, opera singer, programmer, teacher, therapist, nurse, boss, employee, manager, activist, friend, lover, son, partner. So many failed attempts at getting it…Read more Burned Bridges, Lost Opportunities
Follow my blog with Bloglovin On Sensationalism and Irresponsible Journalism (part 1) http://inshapetoday.com/now-official-fda-announced-vaccines-causing-autism/ [RANT ALERT] So, I found this thing (in the link above) on my facebook feed. I don't have the time or the patience to write a comprehensive response at this point, but I could not simply "let it pass." Therefore, I'm releasing…Read more Stop the Madness!
Follow my blog with Bloglovin On Healing And Learning to See the Wondrous "...people can change the way they see. If they do, they'll see that I'm a wonder. [..] We're all wonders!" excerpts from "We're All Wonders', written and illustrated by R.J. Palacio Part of my journey of self discovery has included exploring and…Read more Looking Within, Reframing the Past
On Acceptance, Courage and ... Anyone with any connection to Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or 12 step programs in general, has likely heard the following 25 words or something very similar: "God grant me the Serenity to accept the things I cannot change, Courage to change the things I can, and Wisdom to know the difference."…Read more A Serenity Prayer
When the Other Shoe Dropped Some time ago I suggested to my wife to start a blog on the challenges of Autism Spectrum Disorders, mostly from the perspective of parents of a child in the spectrum. That's how I ended up getting this blog set up and my wife wrote a few brief entries. I…Read more I Did Not See this One Coming