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Blog - Aspie in the Family

Parenting, family life and the autism spectrum. As a result of my experiences I have become aware of how little support and understanding there is for families like mine. I hope that through my blog, people will start to learn a little bit more about the roles that families like mine play in the lives of our extraordinary children. It is only by talking or writing about our experiences that we c [... more]

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Blog - Aspie Writer

Understand Autism from the Inside. Jeannie Davide-Rivera (Aspie Writer) is the author of the award-winning book, Twirling Naked in the Streets and No One Noticed; Growing up With Undiagnosed Autism, and Answers.com's Autism Expert Category Writer. "In order to gain self-understanding, each person with or "without" autism needs to see his or her own reflection in the world".

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Blog - Autism and Oughtisms

Linda writes about her own parenting experiences as well as wider autism issues. With degrees in both philosophy and law, Linda publishes posts that are thoughtful, engaging, and super-informative. Her writing advocates for her own son and for all individuals on the spectrum, but also for being the most thoughtful, conscious parents we can be. She bucks against what we "ought" to do as parents of [... more]

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Blog - AUTISM DADDY

All people are welcome on this page regardless of their backgrounds or beliefs. And you are welcome here if your kid is low functioning, high functioning, Aspergers, etc. But always remember the place where I am coming from. Severe, low functioning non-verbal autism. Just remember this. I have an 8 year old son whose receptive & expressive language are at an 18 month old level and they have been [... more]

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Blog - Chez Maximka

My boys, my ramblings on life in general, recipes and reviews. Life with my guys is never boring.

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Blog - CONFESSIONS OF AN ASPERGIAN

A look into the mind of someone with Asperger's Syndrome. When I have a conversation with you, in person or on the phone, I have a little more to think about than the average person. Not only is there listening to you and understanding what you're saying, and coming back with my proper reply, there is also listening to every noise in my surroundings, listening to all the background noise as I can [... more]

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Blog - Inner Aspie

I'm a stay-at-home mom with Asperger Syndrome. I have 3 kids, CJ 14, (Dyslexic) Bubby 10 (mild autism), Beans 8 (severe Autism). After an unfortunate incident at school I now homeschool Beans. I love being a mom and blog about my adventures in parenting in an atypical household!

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Blog - Life with an Autistic Son

From time to time I stumble across blog posts that are brilliantly written, inspirational and offer a perceptive insight into the world of autism. In other words, blog posts that I wish I'd written myself! I want to share these posts.

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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 - 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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Facebook - Parenting With Asperger’s Syndrome

A page by parents with an ASD parenting children with and without ASD. No topic is off limits! Parenting w/ Asperger's Syndrome is managed by 3 different parents: Mac: A dad w/AS w/2 boys, Beth: Mac's wife and ShanEda, Aspie & mother of two teen Aspies: daughter 13 and son 16. This page will hit on every age group and deal with issues faced by both males and females.

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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 - The Tumultuous Truth.

A blog about raising two children on the Autism Spectrum. And lots more.

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Blog - Try Defying Gravity

Alysia writes about the joys and challenges of raising three boys, two of whom have autism spectrum disorders. She writes about their growth, and her own growth as well. She has a focus on developing self-advocacy skills in her sons, such as in a post in which she writes about discovering that her six-year-old son has some of the best ideas about how to keep himself motivated in school.

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Blog - Yellow Mustard Mom – They make me happy, when skies are grey

I want to share our journey with you, and although I wish I didn't have to be somewhat anonymous, I know it's for the best. Especially for the kids. I promise you there is a real, live mom on the other side of this blog, though, and I hope we can offer each other support, wisdom, advice, and anything else along the way. Being a special needs parent can feel lonely sometimes. Community is importan [... more]

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