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My Life

Just because I have Asperger's doesn't mean that there's stuff I cannot do. You see, I've done a fair bit with my life: I'm a black belt in karate and have done the form of karate I practise for over 12 years, I'm a University Graduate (B.A in Drama and Media combined), I'm an amateur stand up comedian...

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Girl_brushing_teethSix Tips For Taking Your ASD Child To The Dentist

Many people dread going to the dentist. For a child on the spectrum with SPD (sensory processing disorder), a trip to the dentist can be even more terrifying. The new sights, sounds, and sensations can be incredibly overwhelming, and it can create a situation that is stressful for everyone involved. However, preventative dental care is...

DearKittenSuperbowl1Cat Explains The Superbowl To Kitten — And It’s Hilarious!

In the latest installment of 'Dear Kitten', Cat explains the weird rituals humans have during "The Big Game". He tries to warn kitten about the random intervals where everyone shouts, the significance of the costumes they wear, and the strange game they play with their snack foods.

fix-you1Music Is Powerful! Blair Reacts So Beautifully When He Hears His Favorite Song “Fix You” By Coldplay

Music can speak to us in such powerful ways. Blair is on the autism spectrum, and when he hears a cover of "Fix You" by Coldplay as he's walking down the street, he reacts in such a beautiful way. According to his parents, any song by Coldplay puts a smile on his face.

DogAndRaccoon2Normally I Wouldn’t Call A Raccoon Cute, But This Video Proves Otherwise!

Aw! This video of a dog and raccoon playing is the greatest thing ever! Don't you just love animal odd couples? I know I do!

ToddlerBreaksRules2This Toddler Ignores Military Protocol — But The Reason Why Is SO Sweet!

While the members of the National Guard’s 114th Transportation Company were waiting to be dismissed, Cooper spotted his mom in the line of servicemen and women and decided he had waited long enough! He took matters into his own hands and shocked the crowd.

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