Tag Archives: self awareness

Normalizing Neurodiversity

Click pic for 10 Things We Must Learn from Children “Aw, this one is so cute!” “Thanks! Came with the typical skin problem, but they gave us special instructions that should do the trick.” “Well, good luck! Mine is one … Continue reading

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The Dark and Sinister Smiles of Childhood- Adulting fails that still haunt us all

We’ve probably all been through it at some point in our childhood, greeted at a door by a smiling adult for whatever reason, and later feeling trapped with that adult having a grumpy mood and we no longer felt welcome. … Continue reading

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asocial vs. antisocial

Originally posted 7-8-08.  I was recently corrected in a psychologist’s office over using the term ‘antisocial’.  He said the proper term for me is ‘asocial’.  I’ve looked both these up in online dictionaries, and they seem to be interchangeable.  But … Continue reading

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our selves

Originally posted on 5-27-08. Sometimes I think about what ‘self’ is, and what it means.  I think our sense of self has changed over the millennia that humans have been developing civilization.  I mostly think our personal sense of self … Continue reading

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