Archive for June, 2010

David Letterman 2010/06/28 Kristen Stewart

Jun 29 2010 Published by under Asperger's

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KiFit tells you how many calories you’re not burning, other sad details of your unhealthy existence — Engadget

Jun 19 2010 Published by under Asperger's

KiFit tells you how many calories you’re not burning, other sad details of your unhealthy existence — Engadget

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Integrative Autism Education – Sensitivity-Based Unifying Model

Jun 17 2010 Published by under Asperger's

Integrative Autism Education – Sensitivity-Based Unifying Model

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and the saga goes on

Jun 16 2010 Published by under Asperger's

well, it has been over 17 months since I suffered my big breakdown. While I am considered functional now (by some measure) I am still struggling with the definition of recovery. Does one have to go back to the workforce and find a corporate job or does working for oneself and starting my own business qualify. Is entering in a relationship a must or does mere dating qualify. Does one have to reconnect with all the people who were left behind during the breakdown a must or is being selective and reconnecting with some people, especially like-minded people and dear old frineds enough.
frankly while of the above can be filed under moderately to highly desired outcomes, what about how one feels. what about mood stability or in other words evenness; what about short bouts of anxiety, what about noise sensitivity; what about sustainable stamina, both physical and mental; what about a balanced approach to social life, professional endeavors and the all important healthy life style…
what about setting goals and pursuing them to their ends; what about a restored ability to learning?
what about all these internal parameters where do they fit in the definition of recovery?

these are questions I am trying to answer on a daily basis. Pitch in your opinion and let me know what you think.
or share your experiences at the sensitive fellowship site

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