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I had a kickass day for the first time in forever

I had a pretty awesome day. I’ve been back recording for about 2 weeks now and I’m feeling good about it. My interview today has had a profound impact on me. I’ve received a much needed shift in perspective and I’m so thankful for that. I can’t wait for you guys to hear it, probably …

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How Do Service Dogs Assist With #Autism?

Service animals are fantastic for helping people with disabilities go about their daily routines. Someone who is blind may greatly benefit from a seeing-eye dog that helps them navigate city streets. Alternatively, service dogs can also be used to assist young children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Children with autism vary in how much they …

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Tips for Parents of Children With #Autism

If you are the parent of a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), then you understand how different life is and just how difficult it can be at times. You surely love your kid to pieces, but things aren’t always smooth sailing due to the challenges posed by autism. Should anything go wrong, it often …

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WTF is happening?

We had a pretty good day. It rain/stormed for most of it and it was a welcome reprieve from all the explosions that have been pretty must constantly happening for the last couple of weeks. I haven’t talked about here but I started a Twitter thread last night and apparently, this is happening all across …

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Confessions: I’m worn out and overwhelmed

Today has me stressing out quite a bit. As lockdown drags on and on, it’s getting harder and harder to make ends meet. This month has been absolutely horrible in that area and I’m really worried about what July is going to look like. Being a single Dad and full time caregiver to 3 Autistic kids, …

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5 Tips For Easing Out of Lockdown Responsibly

There finally appears to be some light emerging at the end of the tunnel with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many countries that were ravaged by the virus earlier this year have eased restrictions and are on the path toward normality. We are beginning to see businesses and industries re-opening in an attempt to restore …

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I’m so frustrated with society right now

Today has truly been a mixed bag but at the end of the day, we’re still here. I recorded my second interview today, since going on hiatus. I’ve put together a new setup that works so much better and it didn’t cost me a penny. I was able to adjust the way I used existing …

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My #autistic kids can say and do the most random things

I promised Gavin I would get this out there tonight and it’s currently 1:34 am EST and as my eyes are rolling into the back of my head, I’m determined not to let him down. This will however, be brief. ☺ Gavin absolutely kills me sometimes. Yes, he has his challenges and yes, I can …

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