Category Archives: Challenges

Surviving massive weight loss

Yesterday in Two bits about a shave and a haircut I wrote about a mild anxiety attack I had over, of all things, a haircut. In trying to explain what was happening, the essay wandered into the topic of body … Continue reading

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Two bits about a shave and a haircut

T.Rob has yet another panic attack – this time over a haircut, and it aint pretty. Continue reading

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An autistic rules the world (and vice-versa)

Earlier tonight I asked my wife a if she needed anything from me before she went to bed.  She was brushing her teeth at the time and gave me a thumbs-up gesture which I took to mean “No, I’m good.” … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Grand Delusion

It’s been a hell of a year or so. You may have seen me post from time to time on Facebook about some of the crap that’s gone wrong but in case you missed it, there have been major issues … Continue reading

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Why I do this

Over at the Autism from a Father’s Point of View blog, today’s post by Stuart Duncan was The day ‘hackers’ told 6 year old autistic children that they should ‘kill yourself’.  One of Stuart’s sons is autistic and when he … Continue reading

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Panic room

I traveled to Las Vegas today for the IBM Interconnect conference. It wasn’t even close to being the worst travel day ever. Not even in the bottom 10. But it definitely kicked my butt.  I suspect my autism contributed to … Continue reading

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All that in 5 seconds?

You ask, I answer! A new Q&A post on the Ask An Aspie blog. Continue reading

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