11 Things I Will Never Try To Teach My Autistic Son

11 Things I Will Never Try To Teach My Autistic Son

This is meant to be a funny post. So if you were looking for profound things like “I’ll never teach my autistic son to lie” or something noble like that then maybe isn’t the post for you. Although if I can’t think of enough I may just throw in one of those profound ones just to round it up to ten since that’s what I promised. But for the most part these are a bunch…

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5 Signs Of Autism / Asperger’s Usually Parents Ignore . # 3 Really Surprised Me!

5 Signs Of Autism / Asperger’s Usually Parents Ignore . # 3 Really Surprised Me!

The most recent statistics show that 1 in 68 children are now being diagnosed with autism. While diagnosis is on the rise, a child typically is not diagnosed by a professional until he or she is over two years old. However, there are signs that could indicate your child is on the spectrum as early as six months of age. Signs and symptoms can vary, as can the severity of the symptoms. Be sure to…

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POT LUCK Where is cannabis legal, which countries have the harshest penalties for smoking weed and will it be legalised in the UK?

Via-The Sun news UK Prison time, hard labour and DEATH are among the most severe penalties WHETHER or not cannabis should be legalised is a debate that has raged on for decades. Many countries and states in the US have decriminalised the drug in some way but those caught dealing the drug still face harsh punishments and in some countries they could face THE DEATH PENALTY. Rolling a spliff might not attract any attention in…

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20 of the Most Excruciating Pains a Human can Experiences.

20 of the Most Excruciating Pains a Human can Experiences.

A question many ask but few dare to answer. Would it hurt more to break a rib or have a hernia, is it worse to have appendicitis or punctured lung? Or the age old: Is it more painful to have a baby or be kicked in the balls? Amongst the NHS’s list of conditions that can cause the most notoriously severe pains are arthritis, kidney stones and broken bones. Less well known pain-inducing aliments include trigeminal neuralgia-…

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How when the family does not accept that the child has Asperger?

How when the family does not accept that the child has Asperger?

How is the life of an Asperger when your family does not accept that it has the syndrome ?. We’ve talked a lot around here about Asperger Syndrome which nowadays is known as being the most mild autism and can be termed as simply TEA, which is short for Autism Spectrum Disorders. An Asperger person is a high performance autistic and may have a “normal” life because of having adequate considered development and in many…

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As it is for an Asperger use public transportation?

As it is for an Asperger use public transportation?

Today we will talk about something that is typical of anyone who needs to go to a certain place and not to have its own transportation. In this article we try to speak as a person who is Asperger, deals with the fact of having to use public transportation to go somewhere! How is knowledge of those who follow this blog, a person who has Asperger’s main characteristic difficulties in social interaction. Given this fact,…

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What To Do If You’re Abruptly Cut Off Your Opoids

What To Do If You’re Abruptly Cut Off Your Opoids

It seems there are two kinds of opioid-using chronic pain patients these days: those whose doctors have abruptly cut them off from their opioids and those who live in fear of it happening to them. Their doctors are fearful too—of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) arresting them for prescribing “too many” opioids, or losing their licenses for similar reasons.  “Voluntary” prescribing guidelines published by the CDC in March, 2016 appear to have exacerbated this problem,…

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This Powerful Herbal Tea Can Treat Fibromyalgia.

This Powerful Herbal Tea Can Treat Fibromyalgia.

Due to our busy and hectic lifestyle, we rarely have the time to eat healthy anymore. Most of us eat an unhealthy diet which consists mainly of processed and junk food which isn’t really doing our health any favors. Even worse, we live in a highly polluted environment and rarely exercise. When combined, all of these factors can seriously harm our health and cause a variety of diseases and conditions. When we get sick, we…

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Lupus and Depression: It’s Not Just Sadness

Lupus and Depression: It’s Not Just Sadness

Lupus and Depression: It’s Not Just Sadness Those who struggle with lupus often experience overbearing symptoms of depression, which are usually tied to flares, and leave during remissions. Nevertheless, some of these symptoms can often remain even past the flare periods, and become a part of the patient’s daily life. In these cases, constant attention to these symptoms is vital when determining the possibility of depression due to the severity of lupus symptoms. Major depressive…

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As an Asperger follows a routine?

As an Asperger follows a routine?

Who closely follows the life of an Asperger, an Autistic or an individual who has another degree whatever part of the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), knows well that these people need by nature to have a routine. This routine is usually fully followed the “letter” for those individuals who tend to be well “disciplined” in their “tasks” daily. There are scientific explanations for this, but it is believed that the tendency of an Asperger have…

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