Learning Deconstructed

As a youngster the thought of going to school is exciting, a structured environment to learn from experts in the field of teaching. Though, I soon realized that is also involved interactions with many other people, adults and children alike. I didn’t know at the time, but this would bring me a great deal ofContinue reading “Learning Deconstructed”

An Inconvenient Problem

As some of you may know, I am an adult diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Mild. This means I have what was formally known as Asperger’s syndrome. Today I would like to share a piece of my disorder that I have seen others have, however I don’t know how wide spread it is. This isContinue reading “An Inconvenient Problem”

Corporate Communication: Understanding an Aspie

First off, I would like to say that I have Autism Spectrum Disorder, Mild. This was formally known as Asperger’s syndrome. So My view point is a bit skewed. 1.Keep emails to the point Don’t add a bunch of nonsense information or personal anecdotes to spice up the wording. We don’t care, in fact, mostContinue reading “Corporate Communication: Understanding an Aspie”

Feeling Worthless

Last time I wrote about a test I was going to take. That was well over a month ago. This test was to help pinpoint something that I’ve felt for a while. This test was to determine any neuro abnormalities, specifically ASD(Autism Spectrum Disorder). I know, it’s the latest craze. I hate to fall intoContinue reading “Feeling Worthless”

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