Tagged: acceptance

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Gendering Me

Home » Posts tagged: “acceptance” I’ve been trying for a couple of weeks to write this blog post. For those close to me or even just on my Facebook, you know I came out as...

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The Impossible Task of Interacting

Home » Posts tagged: “acceptance” “I’m going to drive now. I’ll be back in 30 minutes.” “It’s a busy day. Speech this morning and therapy after lunch.” “I’m going to the store on my way...

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“Think It Might Be You?”

Home » Posts tagged: “acceptance” Our personal life has been overwhelming for as long as we can remember. It can be draining and it feels like something big is always happening. I think anyone who...

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Stop Making Your Child Suffer

Home » Posts tagged: “acceptance” This is for allistic parents of autistic kids who are trying to follow the Neurodiversity paradigm. We’ve said it over and over.. Behavior is communication. Behavior is communication. Behavior is...

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It Would Be Easier to Say “No”

Home » Posts tagged: “acceptance” As the new school year begins, so does our never ending battle to have teachers, coaches and administrators have high expectations for the boys. They’re entering 7th and 8th grade....

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Social Model of Disability and Christianity

Home » Posts tagged: “acceptance” CW: Christians, Religion, Bible verses TW: Child Abuse, Ableism in the Church Disclaimer: I am a Christian. I’m writing this hopefully for other Christians. If you are not a Christian,...

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Preparing for the Future

Home » Posts tagged: “acceptance” CW: ABA, Pseudoscience I want to address the autistic community today. Not allies.. Not the parent community. Just the autistic people who believe in autism acceptance.. neurodiversity principles… the social...