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Washington Post Breaks Taboo and Reports Honestly on Autism and Aggression by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Sun 13 Mar 2011 1:53am The Washington Post reports on aggression and autism in an article curiously titled In Va. assault case, anxious parents recognize 'dark side of autism' .  I call it curious because many parents of autistic children have dealt for many years with the impulsive aggression that can accompany autism. It is in fact the big mainstream media that has b ... Read on »
Frustration and Patience by Tracy Ochester Doctor of Psychology Posted Fri 20 Feb 2009 7:22pm You are very hungry, but you can't get the lid off of the jar. You are running late and your keys are nowhere to be found. Your jaw tightens and you look up at the ceiling as that familiar and exasperating feeling comes over you - you are experiencing frustration. Frustration occurs when we are trying to accomplish something, but our efforts ... Read on »
A Story That You Need to Hear about Music Therapy and Autism by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted Mon 06 Jun 2011 12:25pm I’ve often thought about how it would be to go through the day without having to explain to someone what it is that I do. I wondered how it would feel to answer the question “So what do you do for a living?” with a one or two word phrase and have the conversation end there, or move past it to other aspects of the job. I also realized that ... Read on »
TBI Issue #2 – Aggression by Broken Brilliant Patient Expert Posted Mon 28 Mar 2011 12:00am This post relates to the ongoing series Then And Now – Managing TBI Issues Over the Long Term which I’m slowly but surely building out. I should probably call this TBI Issues #2A and 2B – Verbal and Physical Aggression, because while aggression can be a big problem post-TBI, it can take several forms. It can manifest as verbal aggress ... Read on »
The Causes of Aggressive Behavior and How to Deal With It by The Alzheimer's Doc Posted Mon 30 Aug 2010 3:21pm What causes aggressive behavior and how do I deal with it?If you are close to someone with Alzheimer’s disease, there may be times when you are faced with aggressive behavior. Aggression is seen in about 80% of people with Alzheimer’s disease and is a leading cause of nursing-home admission. Only by understanding what may cause this type of behavio ... Read on »
No Rest Day in Sparta, Unbreakable Man Laws by WhitneyMCole Health MavenFacebook Posted Tue 23 Feb 2010 12:00pm No Rest Day in Sparta: Interview w/ Trainer, Whitney M. Cole Unbreakable Man Laws http://unbreakablemanlaws.com/ As you can see, Whitney’s approach to fitness is both practical and humorous. In addition to maintaining a blog ( www.whitneymcole.com ) and Twitter ( http://twitter.com/whitneymcole ), she is the Health & Fitness Editor of men ... Read on »
Anger Management In Action: Three ways to Deal With A Passive-Aggressive by Tony F. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Sun 02 Jun 2013 7:29pm Thirty-three year old Roberto had promised his wife Tina that he would be home after work in time for her to attend her weekly “women’s group” at her church. Having only one automobile, Tina was completely at the mercy of Roberto’s promise. You guessed it! Roberto did not show up until 8:45 PM—way too late for Tina to attend her meet ... Read on »
Feral child for sale. by mommy~dearest Patient Expert Posted Sat 11 Apr 2009 12:59am 1 Comment Welcome to day three of being med-free. In a word?...HYPER! I guess I never noticed that the Risperdal mellowed Jaysen out so much, but he is absolutely back to the high-energy antics he was pulling months ago! He is now back to dumping the toys out of his toy bin, bringing the bin into the bathroom and putting it in the tub, because he in ... Read on »
How is The Kid doing, anyway? by Molly G. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:46pm So, this is supposed to be a blog about The Kid. My Kid. Because of the persistent blogging this month, and because I'm normally getting my post done at ten til midnight every night, I've not taken the time to update on The Kid in quite a while. First, academically. Great. His reading is on par, he's a little easily distracted, so it's slow ... Read on »
Remebering to Live for Today by flakymn Posted Wed 18 Jan 2006 12:00am During all the years since time began, Today has been the friend of man; but in his blindness and his sorrow, He looks to yesterday and tomorrow. Forget past trials and your sorrow. There was, but is, no yesterday, And there may be no tomorrow. Yesterday was a tough day for me. Once again, I feel like I too ... Read on »