Sunday, January 27, 2013

Love, Empathy, Charity, Annoyance: The Whole Range of Emotions

We are consistently told that our children lack the ability to understand emotions. We as parents of autistic children, or if we are autistic ourselves, know that that is pure bunk. Below are a few of my posts on different emotions and how we have handled the situations over the years. It's not that autistics lack emotions, by any means, the reality is that they simply process emotions differently, sometimes with even more depth of feeling than any neurotypical could understand.

Love and Autism
Navigating the Love-Hate Relationship
Autism and Empathy
K is for Kindness (Empathy)
Practicality: Preparing for the Future
If I am Only for Myself What am I
Inanity, Irony, Sarcasm, Yep They Get Funny
This Time It's Your Aspie's Fault
Autism-Attachments-Teddy Bears
Autism and Animals
Dealing With Death-Aspie Style
On Death and Dying
Empathy and My Son with Aspergers
When Obnoxiousness Reigns Supreme


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