Many people (even people in neurodiverse families) have never heard of neurodiversity. So we’re starting with a mini-course on neurodiversity. You can help change the world by forwarding this to friends and family so that everyone can learn about the beautiful diversity of brain wiring in our world!
We get TOTALLY honest about our arguing…and what helps!
Do you find yourself locked in silly arguments about unimportant issues that lead to intense arguments? Here’s a method to end the stand off.
Before tackling the stuff, it’s important to check in on how normal it is to keep things.
There are reasons you are feeling the way you are and there’s something you can do about it.
Talking about your “Parts” is a way of describing the mixed ways you feel or react to a situation.
Using the SOCO technique to deal with difficult situations
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We find many of the minimalist rules to be anything from silly to damaging.
I think one of the hardest parts of autism is that everyone involved needs extra support but it’s often hard to explain the need without disclosing private (and potentially embarrassing) information.