The Thrive With Aspergers Podcast

My Bi-Weekly Show Dedicated to the Autism Spectrum Community

The Thrive with Aspergers Podcast is my bi-weekly podcast dedicated to the autism spectrum community.

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About the Thrive With Aspergers Podcast

My goal is to pick the brains of you, my audience; to interview experts from a variety of fields,  and to leverage my guests’ insights to help the autism community.

thrive with aspergers first podcast episodeI also produce podcast episodes based on your favorite past blog posts, (via my study of my Wordpress stats).

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The Thrive With Aspergers Podcast Episodes

TWAP 001: Introducing the Thrive With Aspergers Podcast

TWAP002: To Men and Women Who Want Better Communication

TWAP003: Anthony Ianni on Autism, Bullying, and Overcoming the Odds

TWAP004:  7 Tips For Building Self-Confidence

TWAP 005: Aspergers Employment Help with Barbara Bissonnette

TWAP006: Shawna on Parenting, Friendship, and the Autism Spectrum

TWAP007:  Now Enjoy Great Parenting Advice From Aspergers 101

TWAP008: Would You Like Help Finding Friends?

TWAP009: Hand Flapping, Aspergers, and the Autism Spectrum

TWAP010:  Need to Know How To Find True Love?

TWAP011: I Want To Know How To Save My Marriage

TWAP012: Here Are 3 Valuable Sensory Processing Tips You Need To Know

TWAP013: What Everyone Ought To Know About Autism And Noise Sensitivity

Want Work Success? Look at Your Work Environment First

Sensory Strategies To Help You Succeed

I’ve been asked, “How do I connect with other co-workers at work”?  Many people on the autism spectrum have difficulty communicating with others, but fail to realize that work environment needs to come first. Work Environment:  Take Care of the Basics I’m training for a marathon.  At the beginning of my training, I couldn’t believe how […]

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5 Intriguing Autism Dating Articles You’ll Want To Read

My family and I took a vacation in Venezuela, South America one summer. We found ourselves in the middle of a town whose streets layout made no sense, and we wondered how we were going to get from point A to point B, since there were no street maps or guides available. Dating can be […]

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Is “High Functioning Autism” Useful, or Not?

No great advance has been made in science, politics, or religion without controversy. Lyman Beecher. If the quote above is true, then we have room for advancing our understanding of the term, “high functioning autism“, given the amount of controversy the term generates! I ran across this article about a month ago, called “What’s the Difference […]

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Never Fear – Online Aspergers Women Resources Are Here

In the nonstop tsunami of global information, librarians provide us with floaties and teach us to swim. –Linton Weeks When seeking help on a particular subject, I’ve gone to the library and used the search function on one of the computers nearby.  Then, after wading through the book section, I may or may not find […]

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