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Blog - Life with Aspergers

The goal for this blog is to describe what it is like living with Asperger's Syndrome and to focus on the positive aspects of the condition rather than the negative. This blog is personal, non-medical, (reasonably) non-technical and not affiliated with any religious or other organizations. The overall aim of this blog is to increase the amount of first-hand knowledge about Aspergers.

 
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Blog - Looking for Blue Sky

I blog to write, and I blog to keep me sane. No theme....though special needs does feature quite a lot!

 
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Blog - Mama’s Turn Now…How my son with Aspergers is teaching ME to be Happy!

Sharon started this blog in 2011 because it was cheaper than paying a therapist! Seriously she needed an outlet and a way of connecting to other parents who for lack of a better way of putting it, "GOT IT!". She shares the good stuff and sometimes the not so good stuff about raising both her children, being a mom, a writer, wife and well all the other hats she wears too.

 
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Blog - Married, With Aspergers…How I live with Aspergers Syndrome

I first started writing this blog because I had read a number of other peoples' accounts of their experiences and found that it helped me by making me aware that there were other people out there with experiences similar to my own. I hope that what I write here helps others in the same way, by showing that they are not on their own in living with an Autism Spectrum Disorder or Gender Dysphoria.

 
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Blog - Mind Retrofit – Upgrading to the Asperger’s Life

I have read many blogs, websites, and books that have helped me to understand how we think. AND I still have a lot more to learn. This blog is just to share my experiences and provide resources that have helped me. I also want to give hope to those who have felt similar things they thought no one else has felt.

 
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Blog - Mom-Ology

Welcome my friends! I am the mom to a 9 year old boy on the Autism spectrum. We live in Canada and I am very proud to be a Canadian blogger. I LOVE to share Canadian content!! I also love to share a bit of Canadian humour here and there because most of it is, simply put, hilarious!

 
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Blog - Muddling through: An Aspergers tale — Married to Aspergers.

An honest, open blog about muddling through family life with a husband/dad newly diagnosed with Aspergers. Written from the point of view of the wife/mum who feels like, often, she's the one holding it all together. Sometimes it may be the platform for a rant, sometimes it'll be tender and proud. At other times, it'll be laugh out loud. It'll be life. And the reader will live the journey with us a [... more]

 
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Blog - Musings of an Aspie…One woman’s thoughts about life on the spectrum.

I was 42 when I discovered that I have Asperger's Syndrome. When I visit the zoo, I always leave thinking that maybe I was a primatologist in another life. Or a monkey. I've been my own boss since I was 18. Statistics fascinate me. I own three pairs of running shoes and no dress shoes. Somehow I managed to find the one person in 7 billion who understands me and marry him. And stay married for 25 y [... more]

 
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Blog - My Aspergers Child

HELP FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH ASPERGER'S & HIGH-FUNCTIONING AUTISM...Education and Counseling for Individuals Affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders. Many of Mark Hutton's articles and columns related to parenting children with ADHD, ODD, Conduct Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Asperger's Syndrome, Autism, Reactive Attachment Disorder, and more, are featured on prominent "online" magazines (ezines [... more]

 
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Blog - My Food is Problematic

The Misadventures of a Clumsy, Neurotic, Special, Special Girl. Here are some things to know about me: you will never meet anyone like me ever in your life, I love to read, I am a Type 1 Diabetic for 22 years and I have an insulin pump, I have Madelung's Deformity which no one has ever heard of, I am very interested in saints, I love all animals, I love my tattoos, I have crazy parents but I like [... more]

 
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Blog - OJO’s World

I have 3 boys, 2 of them are on the ASD spectrum and the eldest is just a teenager!! I love them all so much but my daily life can be one of utter chaos! Wife to a wonderful man that I met at 16 and have been married to for over 20 years.

 
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Blog - Parenting Aspergers Blog

Parenting Aspergers is a blog designed to help parents everywhere who have children with Aspergers.

 
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Blog - Prosper With Aspergers – Autism Facts and Solutions

Seeking work and social solutions for high functioning autism. Topics: all about AS, personal growth development, success factors, mental health, and the autism spectrum.

 
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Blog - Pucks and Puzzle Pieces

I have two passions in my life: family and sports. I always figured that once I started my own family, sports would be a big part of it. I imagined teaching my kids all about the games and teams I loved and having them gravitate towards the same interest.

 
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Blog - Raising Asperger’s Kids

Help for taking a child from PDD-NOS to Asperger's to an A student in college and beyond... This past June was my four-year blogiversary. So what have I learned in the past four years? Live your life. Simply live it. Enjoy it. Revel in your children's successes. Figure out how to help them through their failures. Support those that you love. Find ways to grab at every minute of everyday. Don't put [... more]

 
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Blog - Raising Cubby…A Father and Son’s Adventures with Asperger’s

John Elder Robison, the author of Look Me in the Eye: My Life With Asperger's and Be Different: Adventures of a Free-Range Aspergian with Practical Advice for Aspergians, Misfits, Families & Teachers, is a staunch advocate for people with Asperger's. Always unusual but not diagnosed with Asperger's until age 40, Robison has written, "My differences turned out also to include gifts that set me apar [... more]

 
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Blog - Snagglebox – Autism, Parenting, Support

A mix of both personal anecdotes and "useful stuff", this blog is chock-full of resources, support, and information. Australian author Bec Oakley, who has a background in psychology, is the mom of two boys on the spectrum, and she's on the spectrum herself. She's a talented writer who has written award-winning plays and a children's book, and her blog is just as well-written and engaging. Snaggleb [... more]

 
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Blog - Steph’s Two Girls

PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance) is, according to the National Autistic Society, a lifelong disability. The central difficulty for people with PDA is their avoidance of the everyday demands made by other people, due to their high anxiety levels when they feel that they are not in control. Hence the name of the syndrome: pathological demand avoidance. People with PDA tend to have much better soc [... more]

 
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Blog - Stimeyland – Get your quirk on

Stimey enjoys reading, writing, movies, zombies, Bob Dylan, and most things pop culture. She also likes small, amusing rodents. Stimey's work has been published in many anthologies and is proud to have been selected as a top autism blog by both Babble and The Stir. She is also listed on Radical Parenting's 50 Best Mom Blogs list.

 
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Blog - Susan Senator – All happy families are not alike… Susan Senator…All happy families are not alike…

My oldest son Nat, 23, was diagnosed with autism at the age of three in January 1993. At the time we were told that autism is incurable and that the right educational approach would make all the difference. I still believe both and as a result we changed Nat's education programs six times, searching for the best fit. At 11, he found his place at a vocational school. He will probably never go to co [... more]

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