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How touching...

I have gone a couple weeks at a time where I haven’t touched anyone. Maybe a brush in a crowded store, but even that I instinctively try to avoid. 208 more words

Asperger Syndrome

Vignettes

The job interview–for Jim’s dream job at a film and video game store–took place last Saturday while I was at work.  Jim’s dad took him out to get a haircut; they carefully selected clothes.  1,017 more words

Autism

Day #230 - MacAttack, Day 2

Once we arrived in Nashville and found our hotel the entire trip was much easier…well, except for a couple of things I forget about because we live in rural Iowa. 646 more words

Day #229 - MacAttack, Day 1

Well, the writing streak took a hit.  I hope you all understand – and I think you will after you read the next couple of posts. 760 more words

Side note...

There’s Asperger Syndrome, Asperger’s Syndrome, Asperger’s, Asperger’s Disorder, or let’s just abbreviate it to AS. I honestly don’t know which one is the correct one to use. 13 more words

Asperger Syndrome

Welcome

Hello everyone.

My name is Thomas Hewitt, and I am a freelance sports / current affairs journalist currently residing in Clifton, Nottingham.

I have been diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome, a form of Autism, for over six years. 286 more words

Aspergers

Why family scapegoats become lifelong victims.

I just watched a video that really hit home for me.

If you were scapegoated by your family, two things can happen. You can become a narcissist yourself (narcissism being an elaborate defense mechanism to avoid further hurt and abuse) or you will internalize the early message that you’re worthless, defective and have no rights. 786 more words

Malignant Narcissism