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By Jessica E. Resnick My depression has dragged on for months now. I wonder what it would be like to feel the warmth of happiness. Does it feel like the warmth of the sun or a hug from a loved one? Is there a difference? I miss the heat of the sand between my toes and continue to have deep urges to…
08.02.2021 · From The Art of Autism
By Daniel M. Jones I am Daniel. I am autistic and an advocate for autism with over 58K YouTube subscribers trying to help the world understand about autism. I have made this video on symptoms of aspergers, to help people. Daniel’s Bio: Daniel M. Jones is an international best selling author, multi…
27.10.2018 · From The Art of Autism
By Mark Hutton Most kids, teens, and adults with Aspergers have a bunch of positive traits that more than make-up for any negative ones. One Aspie asserted, “Thank God I have Aspergers!” Let’s look at just a few of the positive traits that many with Asperger’s may have. Most Aspies: are …
13.09.2018 · From The Art of Autism
I received this video “Misconceptions about Asperger’s Syndrome” through my email last week from Daniel Jones of Aspie World and thought it quite good. Daniel has 28,000 youtube subscribers. Here is an interview with Daniel Jones. How old are you? I am 31 Where do you live? I li…
22.02.2018 · From The Art of Autism
By Khali Raymond Living with Asperger’s is not an easy feat. It never is. Imagine yourself in a room full of people. All of those people are laughing and mingling. Meanwhile, you aren’t. You’re sitting there in the corner all alone, watching everyone make nice with each other. Nobody even ackn…
11.11.2017 · From The Art of Autism
“To the parents of children on the Spectrum, I implore you to focus on nurturing and supporting your child’s passions (even if they seem unusual, you never know if they may lead to a career) and embracing their individuality and eccentricity, rather than opting to work with a psychiatrist.R…
14.10.2017 · From The Art of Autism
Autistic Pride Day is June 18, 2017 Autistic Pride Day, an Aspies for Freedom initiative, is a celebration of the neurodiversity of people on the autism spectrum on June 18 each year.  Autistic pride recognizes the innate potential in all people, including those on the autism spectrum.&nbs…
17.06.2017 · From The Art of Autism
I want to wear a Niqab or Burqa to my son’s wedding…the wedding notices specify no dress code. Editor’s Note: This is a true story. It is humor and not meant to offend those of the Muslim faith or their attire. By Claudia Casser Why do I want to? I’m vain, I’m fairly frugal, and I …
18.05.2017 · From The Art of Autism
The story of an Aspie who lives with his grandmother By Tom Clements Whenever I tell people I live with my grandmother, they most likely think I’m a little bit odd. And I admit, they’d be somewhat right in thinking that. At 28 years old, I most probably ought to have found a place of my own to live …
27.12.2016 · From The Art of Autism
“Lock up your libraries if you like; but there is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mind,” Virginia Woolf By Patrick Jasper Lee Autism and fiction aren’t commonly mentioned in the same sentence. It took me some time to realize that there seems these days to be f…
31.10.2016 · From The Art of Autism
Congratulations to Michael Miller and his son Jonathan ABC Persons of the Week. See the story here. ‘TOYS ACROSS AMERICA’: There have been thousands of surprise packages landing on doorstops across America– you may think it’s the holiday season, but these gifts are coming from a special father-son t…
25.06.2016 · From The Art of Autism
By Debra Muzikar How does it feel when all of your senses are heightened? And how does it feel when your heightened senses collide? Imagine walking down the hallway of your school having to close your eyes because the flourescent lights are too bright, the school bell rings piercing your ears, you w…
19.06.2016 · From The Art of Autism
“You cannot fix what is not broken. Autism is not a disease. We are not incomplete puzzles—we are whole human beings. We are not tragedies—we are products of neurodiversity. Eliminating autism means eliminating us,” Chelsea Dub The Art of Autism celebrates Autistic Pride Day today. Autism prid…
18.06.2016 · From The Art of Autism
By Claudia Casser These tips are from five years’ personal experience as an Associate in a big Wall Street law firm, thirteen years as one of four hundred attorneys in one of the biggest corporations in the world, and five years as one of fewer than ten attorneys in the headquarters of a mid-size (a…
15.04.2016 · From The Art of Autism