Monthly Archives: October 2014

Lethal (Wo)men!

Last night, I was watching my favorite television channel, 13th Street. I have to admit that watching true crime is not just my ‘guilty pleasure’, it’s more a way of life. Why? I guess because it cuts out all the … Continue reading

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Networking….The Playground Revisited

The playground in school….my personal hell: children screaming, running, yelling, forming little gangs. Not my thing. Not my thing at all. Playtime in elementary school brought me to the brink of a nervous breakdown, twice daily.¬†Fast forward 30+ years. The … Continue reading

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Bullying and the Asperger child

When people ask me about my childhood, I always tell them that I was bullied. That’s what I remember most about elementary school: being bullied. I don’t remember any particular incident, just an overall feeling of being bullied and being … Continue reading

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