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  1. gaop

    Feel paranoid often? feeling your sanity is being traded by applying to social rules?

    I suspect that most aspies would relate to that feeling, please try to be an open minded about the following: think if the paranoid relates only to NT people, my answer will be yes. we are living in a world that is ruled and structured by the most (in this case NT. ) we are different from them...
  2. HDLSeanWiley

    Resources for parents to deal with children's meltdowns that don't involve restraint

    When you're witnessing your child having a meltdown, it can be very tough to deal with, but restraints are not something you should use as a go-to method unless for very extreme circumstances, and even then several restraint methods are not okay. These are the go-to sources you should consider...
  3. S

    I would like to ask for help testing alternative care practices.

    Good day, I believe autism sufferers' main issues are extreme exhaustion that won't let them access memory and speech areas of the brain (causing decreased cognitive function), and horrible constipation. I would like to put forth some methods that could hopefully alleviate these issues: First, I...
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