How To Small Talk, Even When You Don’t Care

Small Talk Advice From Aspergian Writer, Michael

This is a guest post from Aspergian author Michael, from CiciStory.com Small Talk Advice Small Talk I think I can speak for most, if not all of us, when I say we hate it. I mean, why would anyone talk about NOTHING, which is what small talk is…talk about nothing. So superficial and a waste […]

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5 Reasons Why We Should Be Talking About Autism Meltdowns

Please raise your hand if you’ve ever experienced autism meltdowns. Maybe you’re a parent whose child has “melted down". Maybe you’re a teacher or therapist who works with clients in the midst of meltdowns. Or, maybe you yourself experience meltdowns. I’m not autistic. So I’ve read some accounts told firsthand. You get overloaded. And then your system […]

TWAP037: Haley Moss Shares Her Story

Advocacy, Art, and Authorship

Want to be inspired? In this autism podcast episode, Haley Moss shares her life story with an emphasis on the positive traits of Aspergers. Haley describes herself as an advocate, artist, and author. She’s a 21 year old University of Florida graduate currently attending the University of Miami law school. In This Episode You’ll Learn: […]

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TWAP036: 5 Reasons To Love The New Anxiety Apps

Plus 5 Anxiety Apps You Can Use Now

Have you ever tried to manage your anxiety? If so, you’ll know that it’s difficult because anxiety isn’t something we pay attention to- it just creeps up on us gradually, or just plain assaults us. So what do you do? Many people have found success by using medication and therapy. Medication and therapy have their […]

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TWAP035: What Philip Wylie Can Teach You About Self Acceptance

Coming To Terms With Autism

Autism. Aspergers. And Self Acceptance. You’ve just found out you might be autistic or Aspergian. Or you’re in the process of finding out. What does that mean to you? In today’s episode, Philip Wylie talks about the 4th, 5th, and 6th degrees of autism the book, The 9 Degrees of Autism. Philip, himself an Aspergian, […]

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