I Have To Keep Writing!by
in them once a month, or had stopped writing for months or years!
I guess thats ADHD for you! When you first... to do that again!
I'm trying to come up with a blogging schedule of days that I will definitely commit to writing...
by Sherri ...by
Sherri S.disorder. Unforgivable for the patient as well as the family, something I’ve been writing about for years...A DisorderlyDisorder
by Sherri Silesky
Sometimes, in life, we can’t resolve one issue...
from mild to savage, is an unforgivable disorder. Unforgivable for the patient as well as the family, something I’ve been writing about for years.
Misunderstood in ways that cannot be described, NF1 is at once...
I write a lot about Little Miss ...by
I write a lot about Little Miss and Captain Oblivious, our two autism-diagnosed children. Ditto Boy you hear about less. Talk about middle-child syndrome! Not only is he the middle child, he’s...
Don’t Write Me Offby
This is the slogan of the latest campaign from the National Autistic Society. It launched today at a reception in Parliament where over100 MPs heard NAS Council member Thomas Madar talk about his experience as an autist
Emily Willingham writing at Forbesby
Emily Willingham is one of the best (if not the best) science writer I know covering issues including autism. Her work covers a more broad area than just autism, but it is her autism work I’ve read most closely. She does