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Why Is Receiving So Difficult?

Why Is Receiving So Difficult?

Walking along a busy street, my hat blew off in a gust of wind. When a kind man scooped it up to return it to me, I felt a curious...
Today I Love The Rain Tympani

Today I Love The Rain Tympani

Today I love the rain tympani on the roof and window as I wake up to this soft, wet, wonderful Saturday of potential adventure and exploration. I love that, even though I am inside and in bed,...
Psychology Around the Net: May 25, 2019

Psychology Around the Net: May 25, 2019

This week’s Psychology Around the Net takes a look at the alternatives to turning your hobby into a job, whether or not a person’s “true self” actually exists, the ending...
The Netflix Show: Dead to Me

The Netflix Show: Dead to Me

I recently watched the relatively new Netflix show Dead to Me which explores the multi faceted layers of grieving and death.  I’m not going to spoil anything but there is one scene that struck me to the core....
Your ADHD Accomplishments

Your ADHD Accomplishments

Today, I’d like to talk about your accomplishments. Yes, your accomplishments. The truth is, living with ADHD is itself an accomplishment. It requires strength,...
Thinking Isn’t Doing

Thinking Isn’t Doing

Today I sat down at my keyboard to write this post. I had a vague idea of what I wanted to talk about, but I needed to see how close it came to other recent posts....
50 Ways Society Gaslights and Stonewalls Autistic People

50 Ways Society Gaslights and Stonewalls Autistic People

Autistic people, adults and children, are infantilized, gaslighted, and manipulated regularly by society– individuals and institutions. Gaslighting is a form of psychological manipulation that seeks to sow seeds of doubt in a targeted individual or in members of a targeted group,...

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