Autism/Asperger's

How do I stop my child using autism as an excuse?

I didn’t expect to be asked this question as often as I have been. It’s a tricky one to even ask. After all, autism really does affect children in extremely serious ways. And parents are often swamped by ign...

A plea to the autism community, from one of your own

Please approach this article honestly, because it’s something we all need to do. Regardless of how difficult it is.   Please stop arguing. I’m serious. Please stop. It’s embarrassing to watch. More ...

30 translations for people who struggle with hints

Disclaimer: this article contains a lot of tongue-in-cheek humour that's not to be taken seriously. And if I know anything about the internet, there are people out there who will take this tongue-in-cheek humou...

How I put anxiety in its place

This article’s been a long time coming. And it’s not just for autistic people.   When I wrote the growing up advice article, I wrote it while looking back at how I grew up. When I wrote the bullyi...

I ran an autism survey. The results? Quite revealing.

Here it is- the most laborious article I have ever written. But also an important one. There are a lot of clichés that go around about autistic people or families affected by autism. Some of these include th...

200 things to love about life

Occasionally, people ask me how I recovered from the depression and anxiety I suffered up until last year.   Perhaps I’ll write a full article about it one day. (Edit- since writing this, I actually ...

Conversations with my younger autistic selves

Warning: this article made a few of my friends cry. In a good way, thankfully.   Today is my thirtieth birthday. And, since I’m the oldest in my group of friends by a few months, they all insist that...

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