This Post Will Be Sad if You Don’t Read It

This Post Will Be Sad if You Don’t Read It

Extreme empathy towards inanimate objects/foodstuffs? Scraping food scraps into the bin causes anxiety, throwing away broken, torn, unusable stuff causes anxiety. Is this simply more of the wonderfully autistic thinking? Intense attachment to objects personification...
Neurodiversity Affirmation in Action

Neurodiversity Affirmation in Action

Bill Mason, the author of The Autism Discussion Page, is prolific in producing content on his Facebook page for free. Then, he compiles all these posts into the books you can buy or you can just access his stuff free here. Many autistic advocates have rightly pointed...
More Than Just Tastes

More Than Just Tastes

If an autistic child has restrictive and repetitive behaviours around eating, it is easy to assume, “oh that’s just an autistic thing” or” this is an anxiety/sensory sensitivity thing”. However, autistic sensory experience is not simply...