Un-Boxed Brain

Limbo

This post may ramble. It’s a post in which I hope to include everything, and my thoughts aren’t entirely clear on much at the moment. Because I have too many things to think about, I might try break this up into sections. Gratitude I am immensely grateful for the support that we’ve received. So many …

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April: Neurodiversity Blog Link Up Details

Last year for April, to counteract the yucky awareness-related information avalanche, I compiled an A-Z series of neurodiversity-related posts. You can read those posts here. I thoroughly enjoyed compiling that series, and I was considering redoing it this year. But, after giving it some more thought, I’ve decided to do something different: A neurodiversity blog …

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Why? is the Reason

When I was a child, I would hear a lot of things like this: “Stop being so precocious” or “You’re being a know-it-all. People don’t like it when people are like that.” Now that I’m older, I hear a lot of things like this: “Stop being so high and mighty” and “You think you’re better …

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Questions to ask therapists who work with Autistic children

I’ve been planning to write about therapy for autistic children for a little while. But, it’s hard to know where to begin. So, I’m going to focus on the questions that I ask potential therapists before I decide to make an appointment for my son to see them. I’m taking this approach because other autistic …

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