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  1. autism-and-autotune

    I'm terrified of taking this step, but I must.

    I'm deciding to finally muster the courage and finally file an official restraining order against my parents. For peace of mind and for the safety of myself and the one who I love, I know that I have to do this. But part of me is frozen, thinking of consequences or just general hesitation. I...
  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. G

    *Trigger Warning!*: Information on Restraint & Seclusion

    I’ve seen and read Aspies & Autistic people talk about the traumatic experience of being restrained and/or put into seclusion rooms while they were at school. I did not have a fun time at school, but I was never restrained or locked in a seclusion room when I acted up; however I do know that it...
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