First, the three shoes Red shoes - the teacher. Red Shoes are slick, and shiny, with slim, wax covered laces. Her red shoes make a sharp heel sound when she walks down the hallways, followed by a clicking noise, as the tips of the laces tap the sides of her shoes. When she walks, she means … Continue reading A Monday, Changes – An excerpt from my next book “3 Pairs of Shoes”
I spend a great deal of time speaking about autism in public and helping parents develop life and homework strategies for their Aspie children. This work is hard, but I feel it is very rewarding to help children avoid the stress and turmoil I had while in school. Many times, parents will say things like … Continue reading When I Was in School – Conversation with mom
Emotions are difficult to discuss because of their abstract nature. The way Neurotypical (NT, from now on) people express their feelings to one another really have perplexed me for most of my life. There seems to be this need inside the individual to have others understand how he or she feels, but a reluctance to … Continue reading Not Knowing Emotion or Not Knowing How to Show?