Developmental trauma creates different personality types. Some learn to take care of everybody else but themselves, others turn inward and avoid. A therapist’s personal journey through attachment styles. Continue reading Not Ready To: Attachment and Bonding in Adulthood
I assume most people aren’t entitled, but rather reactionary to their basic programming. While shades of entitlement have risen drastically over the last two decades, it is also now a pop-culture term used to disparage others that set boundaries and seek out healthy forms of self-care. These are two very different behaviors. Continue reading The Cost of Entitlement II: Fallout
There is a stunningly high running unemployment rate for those with autism. Why are we so unable to get work? What is it about hiring, working, and maintaining a job that differs for those who are on the spectrum? Here’s my personal experience.
We have odds stacked against us, but I choose to view this as life driving me in a better direction. This is not a poor me story. I run my own business for several reasons; and it is doing well. This is one of them. Continue reading Why are the Unemployment Rates for People with Autism So High?