Viewpoint: Autism isn't a condition that needs to be 'manipulated, fixed or changed'
"I am encouraging a boycott of #autism research participation by autists and parents of autistic children, unless autistic people are involved…"
This Pride Month, Remember That Self-Care Is Work
10 Reasons We Need Autistic Pride
Signs of Abusive People – An Autistic Guide to Detecting Manipulative & Abusive People
The 'Everything's Gonna Be Okay" series introduces a same-sex love story inspired by findings that a high number of people on the spectrum also identify under the LGBTQ umbrella.
Traditional churches had to make an unplanned and swift transition towards technologically-driven forms of gathering. Many church leaders felt out of their comfort zone, while experimenting with doing church online. At the same time, scholars and theologians began studying this new trends in how churches perform worship online.
Talk Less and Listen More: Tips to Improve Your Listening Skills
The calming power of a simple walk during a pandemic
Theory of mind, empathy, and my autistic experience
Elizabeth Gilbert: It's OK to feel overwhelmed. Here's what to do next | TED Talk
Disability organizing in the time of social distancing
April 2, 4 p.m. Pacific
Here's some hype-free, panic-free journalistic coverage of the world during this COVID-19 crisis:
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German cathedral dusts off relics of St Corona, patron of epidemics
The Power of a Minute
That Discomfort You’re Feeling Is Grief https://hbr.org/2020/03/that-discomfort-youre-feeling-is-grief
If Meditation Is Not Your Thing, Try a Walk in the Woods
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