Talking About Asperger Syndrome
Here are some pieces I have written about Asperger Syndrome; what it is, what it's like to have it and ways I've found to cope.
A description of Asperger's through my eyes. It's different for everyone, of course, so no description will be 100% accurate in terms of being a 'one size fits all' list of symptoms.
What helps and what doesn't when it comes to supporting your child on the Autistic Spectrum through school.
Using your strengths to build up your work.
I go through the list of symptoms which are said to affect girls with AS and relate those to me and my life.
An in depth guide to help people tell work, school, friends and family about their AS.
Having long hair was getting really stressful for me because of it being so hard to maintain and so painful to brush, but I've found to great solutions.
How I feel about the fact that as a person with Asperger's, I have a lot of obsessions, and how it makes me unreliable.
My attempt at figuring out the different stages of an obsession.
I've often been told that I don't have Asperger's just because I wear makeup - so here's my reasons why etc.
I know that caffeine can seriously affect mood, but coupled with already having issues due to AS, it really doesn't seem like a good idea.
A list of calming websites, which I complied for people on the Autistic Spectrum.