ASD and Aggression

ASD and Aggression

A fellow Autism blogger, Emily, posted a blog recently about aggressiveness in people with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. She brought up concern that until 5 year years ago there hadn’t been studies done to identify why there was increased aggression

Brain Tingles! Autism and ASMR!

Brain Tingles! Autism and ASMR!

One of my absolute favorite things to do at the end of a difficult day is lay down in bed, pop in my ear phones, and listen to Maria from GentleWhispering on Youtube softly whisper about haircuts or towel folding.

Autism-Friendly Holidays

Autism-Friendly Holidays

I know this has been posted before by writers at Autism Speaks, but it is such a helpful topic that it begs repeating. Holidays are joyous exciting times when families big and small gather to celebrate together with a variety

Stimming– the Good, the Bad, and Why.

Stimming– the Good, the Bad, and Why.

Just recently I came across an article (The Dark Side of the Stim- Self-injury and Destructive Habits by a fellow WordPress author Kirstenlindsmith) which opened my eyes to some of the destructive actions I was prone to as a kid and