Blog Posts - Aspergers Syndrome



Top 10 Blog Posts of 2015

The top 10 blog posts of 2015!
by I Told You I Was Sick on Dec 30, 2015

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (UK Tour) – Sunderland Review

Cast Joshua Jenkins – Christopher Geraldine Alexander – Teacher Stuart Laing – Father Gina Issac – Mother Show Date – Tuesday 11th August 2015 The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a play based on a book f...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Aug 14, 2015

Asperger’s and “Resting Bitch Face” – Why Neurotypicals Struggle to Read OUR Facial Expressions and How That Harms Us (Part 1 of 2)

"Why are you so mad?" Your 'resting bitch face' makes people so uncomfortable, they're compelled to comment on it. Those with Asperger's vulnerable to abuse.
by I Told You I Was Sick on Aug 10, 2015

Asperger’s and “Resting Bitch Face” – Why Neurotypicals Struggle to Read OUR Facial Expressions and How That Harms Us (Part 2 of 2)

"Why are you so mad?" Your 'resting bitch face' makes people so uncomfortable, they're compelled to comment on it. Those with Asperger's vulnerable to abuse.
by I Told You I Was Sick on Aug 10, 2015

I Received My Official Diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome! – [Video]

"It wouldn't dawn on me until I was in my mid-twenties that facial expressions and body language were a means of non-verbal communication I was supposed to "pick up on" and respond to accordingly."...
by I Told You I Was Sick on Apr 22, 2015

Author Barry John Evans Discusses Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), Asperger Syndrome, and His New Book, “Life Is Complicated: My Journey with Asperger Syndrome”

Barry John Evans is an author and chronic pain sufferer. He also has Asperger syndrome. In this interview, he discusses myalgic encephalomyelitis, and his new book.
by I Told You I Was Sick on Apr 6, 2015

An Interview with ‘Aunt Aspie’ and Original ‘Aspergirl’, Rudy Simone

A unique interview with our fearless (yet reluctant) leader, Rudy Simone, introducing her final book on Asperger's, "Aunt Aspie's Weapon of Mass Instruction."...
by I Told You I Was Sick on Mar 16, 2015

An Interview with ‘Aunt Aspie’ and Original ‘Aspergirl’, Rudy Simone

A unique interview with our fearless (yet reluctant) leader, Rudy Simone, introducing her final book on Asperger's, "Aunt Aspie's Weapon of Mass Instruction."...
by I Told You I Was Sick on Mar 16, 2015

AUTISM and GLUTATHIONE

Friends, check this video out! A hospital in the US has done a study on administering glutathione on autistic children through IV. The results were remarkable! The glutathione molecules were able do their job — remove toxins and heavy metals &#...
by MAX IT! on Nov 10, 2014

AUTISM and GLUTATHIONE

Friends, check this video out! A hospital in the US has done a study on administering glutathione on autistic children through IV. The results were remarkable! The glutathione molecules were able do their job — remove toxins and heavy metals &#...
by MAX IT! on Nov 10, 2014

College Success For Autistic Young Adults

Interviewed by host Lon Woodbury and co-host Liz McGhee on Parent Choices for Struggling Teens on L.A. Talk Radio, Dan Hanks, ME, Director of Northwest College Support, Coeur d’Alene Idaho...

Video Games And Technology Used To Treat Behaviour Health In Young People

Technology is playing more and more of a role in our lives today and the mental health field is taking advantage of all there is to offer as well. I was happy to come across some creative uses of this technology in treating mental and behavioral heal...
by Connecting Hypnotherapy... on Jan 28, 2014

Post Christmas brain dump... the real Christmas post is still swirling inside my head.

This is my life.... That's why my blog is a haphazard mess of documented chaos.  It's graced with all kinds of good intentions... but I'm on a team of 2 against 6,  and it seems we are usually on the losing side of just about every issue.&n...
by A Life... Less Perfect on Dec 27, 2013

Symptoms of Asperger’s Syndrome

Asperger's syndrome is a developmental disorder that affects the way the person views and experiences the world. Learn more about the symptoms of Asperger's.
by I Told You I Was Sick on Feb 22, 2013

Learning How to Live Gluten-Free

Oh my goodness, life has been incredibly busy.  I don't mean to but I do tend to make my life harder.  I wish I could do it ALL but I just can't.  I decided that since I have an overload of non-food items from couponing, I'll only be c...
by Meet Virginia on Sep 25, 2012

Why I Have a Lot of Kids

My husband's work has been slow so he has not worked at all this week.  Yikes!  I have to say though that I LOOOOOVE having hubby home.  He's my best friend and we have tons of fun with the kids together.  The last couple of days...
by Meet Virginia on Aug 29, 2012

Aspergers Obsessions: Is That All You Want to Talk about?

The other day I took Chaz to the gym with me since he is now old enough to work out.  He got to get a new membership card that states he can go anywhere in the gym by himself. Well, when we got there he didn't want me to leave his side since he...
by Meet Chaz on Aug 8, 2012

Ivy's Night at the Burn Ward

Last night I was excited to take my oldest son and go workout at the gym.  While we were there he ran into his friend who also has Aspergers syndrome.  They went swimming together while I was upstairs in the gym working out.  The pictu...
by Meet Virginia on Aug 7, 2012

I'm Not Spotless, I'm Clueless

Being a Boganville Housewife Extraordinaire supposedly means it is my job to keep the Bogan Box in a reasonable state of cleanliness and order. It's only a small house, as the word Box would suggest, so therefore you'd think it wouldn't be too diffic...
by NESS OF BOGANVILLE on Jul 31, 2012

Self Made Dimples and Coffee Thieves

Ivy in church raising her hand for prayer We started back up our bible study at home with our kids.  :)  I would love to share a neat resource with you that I found by chance.  First of all, I have this audio bible drama presentation...
by Meet Virginia on Jul 26, 2012


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