grief

When Autism and Grief Collide

This beautiful and touching article explores grief through an autistic lens and how autistic people experience grief differently.

Processing Grief through Movement

When all of her self-regulation routines failed to be enough to help her process the grief and anxiety of the covid pandemic, one woman found synesthetic release through movement.

The Most Painful Expression of Love

Grief is the most painful expression of love.
Let us experience that pain in our own way.
Normalize the honest and raw expression of autistic love.

I Dream of Plane Crashes

Gee’s aunt was killed in a plane crash, and years later, she is still getting to know her aunt and how very much they had in common as she learns to embrace herself as trans and autistic.

Growing up with Selective Mutism

The drive from Wellington, Florida to Chicago takes nineteen hours for a family of average luck.  Two days between the promise of a new adventure

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