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The Truth About Autism and Multi-Tasking at Work

Autism and Multi-tasking I hear it all the time: People with autism can't/or struggle to multi-task. Who really knows whether that's true or not. Autism and multi-tasking. Is it possible?

By | September 8th, 2018|Categories: Adult, College, Her Life's Work, Her Purpose, Her Style, High School, Teen, Young Adult|Comments Off on The Truth About Autism and Multi-Tasking at Work

Dear Autistics: Society’s Message Is Wrong & What You Can Do About It

"With the right help and resources, people with autism can be successful." What???? Society’s Message to Autistics At our very core, our very essence, lie the messages we accept for ourselves, all too

By | July 12th, 2018|Categories: Adult, College, Her Education, Her Life's Work, Her Style, High School, Middle School, Teen, Young Adult|Comments Off on Dear Autistics: Society’s Message Is Wrong & What You Can Do About It

Why Autistics Should Choose Safety Over “Comfort”

Many of us autistics live outside our comfort zone. We have to as most of life is outside of it! What if I suggested to you that life outside your comfort zone

By | June 19th, 2018|Categories: Her Health, Her Style, Herself|0 Comments

Your Autism Diagnosis: Privacy Versus Secrecy and Why It Matters

In my last few posts, I wrote about when and why you may want to disclose your autism to others. I feel like I want to clarify what I mean when I

By | May 28th, 2018|Categories: Adult, Her Life's Work, Her Relationships, Her Style, Herself, Middle School, Teen, Young Adult|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Your Autism Diagnosis: Privacy Versus Secrecy and Why It Matters

Dear Women with Autism: Be “Chameleons” No More! Let’s Get to Know YOU!

"Women with Autism Struggle with Imitation" Ever heard that one? Experts talk about our inability to imitate. Those same experts can't see past our chameleon-like efforts to diagnose us. They call us chameleons. If

By | April 7th, 2018|Categories: Adult, Her Life's Work, Her Relationships, Her Style, Herself, Teen, Young Adult|Comments Off on Dear Women with Autism: Be “Chameleons” No More! Let’s Get to Know YOU!
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