Are you looking for autism help? One of the best ways to get help is to listen to Aspergers adults who are living life well. Listen to Dr. Eugene Douglass talk about growing up undiagnosed, advice for non-autistics, and parenting thoughts.
Many Aspegians and autistics wonder about their responses to grief and loss. "Neurotypicals" often misunderstand people on the spectrum as well. Listen to (or read) this podcast episode to understand how autistic grief is different from non-autistic grief.
Autistic and Aspergers adults, like the rest of us, generally want to fit in, get a job, and have relationships. They've learned about camouflaging autism. But it can be stressful! Learn more in this podcast episode.
Is your anger costing you in your career or relationships? Want to learn some easy ways to improve your anger management? In this podcast episode, you'll learn these techniques.
What is dealing with anger like on the autism spectrum? In this podcast episode I explore the stories of Aspergians and Autistics who have experienced intense anger.
Do you feel frustrated with negative communication in your marriage? Discover these 3 simple yet effective communication skills to enhance your marriage or committed relationship.
Online learning has been shown to help autism spectrum children. What about adults? Here are 7 Links you can explore to help you improve your life.
Autistic and Aspergers women unfortunately often encounter different types of abuse. Listen to this podcast interview with Dr. Liane Holliday Willey to better understand 4 types of abuse and how to protect yourself against them.
Have you ever wondered if social skills are not enough? Social skills are very important, but they need to be understood within the framework of social thinking. Listen to this interview with founder Michelle Winner Garcia to learn more.
Have you struggled with intense emotions and impulsive behaviors that get you in trouble? In this episode about the zones of regulation, learn a surprisingly simple and effective model for understanding and improving your self-control skills.
Navigating every day life can be stressful. Here are 3 work and life balance tips to help you balance the stress. Read on to use these 3 strategies today!
In this podcast episode, I ask Eva Mendes, neurodiverse couples therapist, about three common challenges they face... and the solutions she proposes.
Do you have goals for life? Maybe you've never set any, or maybe you've tried and failed. It's never too late to start or to start over.
In this podcast episode with Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson, you'll learn about a scientifically proven social skills resource for young adults on the spectrum.
Can't sleep? Want to end your frustration with insomnia? Here are 7 simple tips you can use tonight to start sleeping better.
You don't know how valuable sleep is until you learn what lack of sleep will cost you! Read these 5 startling truths to prioritize sleep in your life.
Are you petrified by needles, hospitals, doctors or dentists? Would you like to start facing your fear? Here are 11 tips to help you start.
Do you fear hospitals, doctors, dentists, blood, or needles? Learn what you need to know about treatment anxiety in this brief article.
Would you like practical tools to control your emotional destiny? It's simple but not easy! In this podcast, learn ways to overcome anxiety and depression.
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Small talk is one of the biggest obstacles with autism and employment. Here are some tips and facts from Rudy Simone's book, Aspergers on the Job.
Listen to these Aspergians and autistics share about living with autism. In this podcast episode, I share their experiences that we can learn from.
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Learn key information about autism and sex in this podcast interview with Dr. Rachel Loftin from Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL.
Aspergers and Depression co-exist for a high number of people on the autism spectrum. Here are some facts and solutions for better life outcomes.