Resentment – A Hidden Side Effect of (Finally) Being Diagnosed With a Chronic Illness 

You finally have a diagnosis for your mystery symptoms. Congratulations! Now, what are you supposed to do with all this resentment towards the people who didn’t believe you for all these years? Find out.

Stylish and Soothing Light Sensitivity Relief With TheraSpecs 

Are you sensitive to light? Do you experience frequent headaches or struggle with anxiety? TheraSpecs can help give you the calm, clarity, and stability you need to manage your conditions. Read my review.

I Am Autistic, and This Is Ableism – [Video] 

I am autistic, and I resigned because of a client’s ableist comment to me. I am sharing this vulnerable moment with you to spread awareness for those with invisible illness and the people who work with them.

Update – Asperger’s Syndrome Diagnosis – 2 Years Later [Video] 

On April 22nd, 2015, I was officially diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome. It was the happiest day of my life. Finally, everything made sense. Click to watch how much has changed in my life in the past 2 years.

Stop Power-Hungry Doctors From Bullying Their Patients! – (Petition) 

If you’ve ever been bullied by a doctor or another medical professional, you know how serious this problem is. Don’t be afraid of your doctor. Sign the petition!

“I Can’t Hear You Over Your Breath” – How Autistic Sensory Issues Interfere With Communication 

Sensitive to breath odor? Does your autistic child twist and pull away from you? Sensory overload can cause communication problems for those on the spectrum.

Top 10 Blog Posts of 2015 

The top 10 blog posts of 2015!

5 Things You Should Never Say to a Child With Asperger’s Syndrome – [Video] 

Your Asperger’s child is not cunning, mean, vindictive, emotionless, uncaring, or rude. He needs your guidance. What not to say to your Asperger’s child.

Asperger’s and “Resting Bitch Face” – Why Neurotypicals Struggle to Read OUR Facial Expressions and How That Harms Us (Part 2 of 2) 

“Why are you so mad?” Your ‘resting bitch face’ makes people so uncomfortable, they’re compelled to comment on it. Those with Asperger’s vulnerable to abuse.

Asperger’s and “Resting Bitch Face” – Why Neurotypicals Struggle to Read OUR Facial Expressions and How That Harms Us (Part 1 of 2) 

“Why are you so mad?” Your ‘resting bitch face’ makes people so uncomfortable, they’re compelled to comment on it. Those with Asperger’s vulnerable to abuse.