Why do autistic people overdo projects? Why do autistic people slack off? Why do they do both? Confused? Learn what’s really going on!
Category: Common Misconceptions
Science has proven that exposure therapy for autistic sensory sensitivities does not work (and it causes emotional harm).
Autistic people are often mistaken as “rude” or “selfish” because we don’t socialize as often as our neurotypical counterparts. Here are some reasons why.
If you have an autistic person in your life, learn how to better communicate with them and improve your relationship.
Your autistic loved one won’t pick up the phone? Do they hate you? No. Talking on the phone can be very uncomfortable for us. Here’s why.
What Neurotypicals Really Expect When They Ask This Type of Question (Hint: It’s NOT Honesty) – A Guide for Autistics
If you’re autistic, you may have noticed that neurotypicals get mad when you answer questions honestly. Here’s what they actually expect!
Why is your non-verbal autistic loved one so upset? Here are 15 things that bother autistic people that most neurotypical people don’t notice.
Neurotypical people often misunderstand autistic people and attach hidden social meaning to our traits where there is none.
Meltdowns are a common occurrence in autistic people. Here’s what to do (and what not to do) when your autistic loved one is melting down.
Does your autistic child destroy the house? Here’s why, and what you can do to prevent it without causing emotional harm.