In which we look for opportunities in the midst of chaos. 2020 has certainly been disruption on a scale unlike anything I’ve seen before. I’m not sure we know how to react to it yet, either individually or collectively, personally or culturally. Maybe, though, it’s an opportunity for new beginnings. One new beginning is IContinue reading “A New Beginning”
Looking back in hope of moving forward. Yesterday in an ASD support forum somebody asked for advice to include in a package for teachers and group leaders on working with kids with ASD. I had a miserable time in school, so I sent in some thoughts, hoping other kids might avoid what I had goneContinue reading “What Would You Want Teachers to Know?”
In which I try to be brief and honest at the same time. Masking is about altering your behavior to be socially acceptable. This might be physical or verbal. It could be repressing a behavior or putting on a show. Let me say that I am rarely dishonest. I don’t like it and I’m notContinue reading “A Few Masking Thoughts”
When what we don’t know can kill us. I have been balking on publishing this post, which I started a month or so ago. I don’t want to say anything insensitive about COVID-19, which has killed many thousands of people. And I don’t want to be accused of “NT Bashing”. But I do want usContinue reading “Thoughts from the Zombie Apocalypse”
Not As Much Fun As It Sounds This week I was required to do an online Harassment Prevention Training course. This is ongoing entertainment industry fallout from Harvey Weinstein’s behavior and the #MeToo era. I suppose it’s partly to train us on expected behaviors, but it’s also a CYA move from the studios so theyContinue reading “Harassment Prevention Training”
Maybe we can learn something about ASD from the COVID-19 pandemic?
Thoughts on time management in the workplace, working to your strengths and working from home in a pandemic.
Rational Thoughts on Irrational Processes.
A low probability event. It’s raining in LA this morning. Usually, chaos ensues. It’s partly that people are not prepared for it and don’t know how to drive in it. It’s partly because the storm drains become instantly overwhelmed flooding roads and intersections. But it’s also very peaceful and gives a different vibe to theContinue reading “Rain in LA”
Everything You Know is Wrong: Or how this blog turned out to be more difficult to write than I anticipated.