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The Blog of Philosopher Steven Colborne
About Aspergers, Autism and (some) Adventures.
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My Unique Journey
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Whimsical Humor, Nonsense, No Sense and Good Sense
The discovery, exploring and learning of Aspergers within the family and other adventures.
Getting Through Those Storms With A Smile
A community for people who want to promote autistic involvement in autism research
Learn to Live
Living with A Mental Illness 🖤
ASD-Hope and Encouragement
Knowledge archaeologist by day and neurodivergent anthropologist by night
a blog about a penguin in a world full of sparrows
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connecting & representing disabled staff networks
A Stress Perspective
The Bipolar Writer and J.E. Skye
caustic words and primitive art
Irreverence's Glittering New Low!
The poetry of ineptitude.
We are present in the millions, yet we remain unheard
New content every Sunday.
Life as a student and a writer/artist
Tranquility and Joy through Nature's Beauty and Light. Starlisa's Fine Art Photography of the Pacific Northwest
Sharing Aspergian/Autistic Writing and Perspective
Adventures in Aspergers
How am I autistic? Let me count the ways
Coming to terms with Asperger's / high functioning autism spectrum disorder at the age of 56
Am I or aren't I autistic? Definitely neurodivergent, possibly autistic, currently awaiting assessment.
Writer, knitter, 22-year-old autistic nonbinary human.
Rewriting my story as a late-diagnosed Aspie
life through one female Asperger's lens
Rants, Questions, Sugestions and Introspection on Dealing with Autism and ADHD
Promoting Lifelong Learning
Essays and poetry about autism, neurodivergence, disability, and life
Welcome to the Divergent Revolution.
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