We Are Different

We are seeing a lot of negativity today in America. Perhaps around the world. I think we’ve forgotten that we are brothers and sisters, citizens of humanity. We must see start loving each other, caring about each other. Not demonizing each other, hating each other, and promoting bigotry. It’s bringing down America and the restContinue reading “We Are Different”

Recent Publication in Regional Newspaper (Mine) "America needs universal health care coverage".

https://www.thegazette.com/subject/opinion/letters-to-the-editor/america-needs-universal-health-care-coverage-20191219

Asperger’s and Learning Styles

I have to admit growing up in the American public education system, I was very cynical about it. Middle school and high school was a nightmare for me, not just socially and emotionally, but learning wisely. The vast majority of people, specifically in the United States, like learning through memorizing and in middle school andContinue reading “Asperger’s and Learning Styles”

The Asperger Personality

Living with Asperger’s Syndrome is not at all easy. Especially, if you’re someone who knows little about it. Stereotypically, people with Asperger’s Syndrome are known for being quirky, nerdy, and socially awkward. While some of that is true, I’ve known a lot of Asperger who are incredibly smart people and who’ve done quite well inContinue reading “The Asperger Personality”

Acceptance of Asperger’s Syndrome

All the time we see in the media the patronization of people with Asperger’s Syndrome. Asperger’s Syndrome is a developmental disorder characterized by struggles with social interactions and nonverbal communications, and by having narrow interests in a subject that the person likes. Asperger’s Syndrome is classified as an Autism Spectrum Disorder, but many people still call it Asperger’sContinue reading “Acceptance of Asperger’s Syndrome”