- Beautiful sides of my autism (19 May 2020)
I was asked what I like about my autism. I thought this was a very nice question and write a piece about it today. The beauties of my autism
- How do you think positively? | Stay happy (15 Apr 2020)
How do you keep thinking positive? What kind of tricks do I use to stay positive and what can you do if it all goes wrong? In this blog I try to answer these questions.
- The power of positivity | Stay happy (08 Apr 2020)
It is quite an art for most people to stay positive in times of crisis. Often, because they are already thinking negatively in basic thoughts. One way to do this is to adjust your thoughts and try to bend to positive thinking.
- Autism is a construction, not a disease New scientific research (11 Feb 2020)
New "primer" has recently been released. A kind of "The State of The Nation" about the state of scientific research on autism. Dr. Ruby Sapphire summed up the main points of this research, in which some interesting points emerged. Including that autism is a construction and not a disease!
- How a traffic light and pans can help (04 Feb 2020)
How can a traffic light help you with the interaction in your environment. A signalling plan in any form can help you with social interaction and explain behaviour to the people around you.
- It all starts with understanding (29 Jan 2020)
In order to understand each other, respect each other and live with each other, basic understanding is needed. Understanding for neurodiversity, understanding for yourself, understanding for someone else and understanding of reality. That this is lacking in some people and institutions, is a subject for today.
- Thinking in terms of solutions, not problems (06 Jan 2020)
It's become a way of life for me. Thinking in solutions and not in problems. Sometimes it's quite an art, but it makes me a lot calmer to think about things in my life.
- Positive autism (08 Jul 2019)
Let's take a look at the positive side of autism! The thing that are a blessing and don't make life difficult. Or how you can look at difficulties and make them your strengths