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  1. K

    Inconsolable crying when tired / waking up for hours at night

    My child has autism and is nonverbal. We have been dealing with inconsolable crying throughout the day and night with no desirable cause. We have been to doctors, specialists, ABA, and everywhere we can think if for help. The main issue we are facing is her waking up crying and staying up for...
  2. Beanfinity

    Sleeping alone vs. With your partner in bed

    So I read somewhere that it is not uncommon for autistic people to have difficulty sleeping in the same bed as their partner. Now, I am a VERY light sleeper, always have been. Since moving in with my partner my sleep has gotten progressively worse. Some of that can be explained by headaches...
  3. dylan_gnome

    sleeping over at friends houses

    does anyone else struggle with sleepovers? i am 22 and whenever i have the opportunity to spend the night with a friend, i either sleep horribly, don’t sleep, or end up going home to sleep in my own bed. i don’t seem to struggle in hotels, and i never had an issue when i was at sleep-away camp...
  4. G

    Quick question on naps

    I'm trying organize my sleeping habits, particularly going to bed early and getting up early; and this month, I'm having a lot of difficulties getting enough sleep at all. One day my girlfriend suggested taking naps. For me as an Aspie, my kind of "naps" involve lying on my bed doing nothing...
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