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My wife has agoraphobia and my son is autisticMy wife has agoraphobia and my son is autistic

How agoraphobia and autism affect a slightly unusual composite family(?)

 
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Personal blog of a married and babied chick

 


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It seemed virtually inevitable that I would be thrown out of AutismOne, a yearly conference that has been accused of being a hive of anti-vaccine sentiments, bad science, scaremongering and worthless products. The conference has, after all, ejected...

I adored Graeme Simsion's novel The Rosie Project, the first book that introduced us to Don Tillman. (my review)The Rosie Result is the third book chronicling Don's life. And life has moved on. He and Rosie have moved back to Australia - along with t...

Generation Rescue, the charity whose public face and board president is actor Jenny McCarthy, and which promotes debunked and sometimes dangerous treatments for autistic children, seems to rebranding away from the subject of autism and towards a muc...

Sheletta Brundidge, @TwoHauteMamas1 on Twitter, shared an awesome story about her son. And there's video. Brundidge is the co-host of the Two Haute Mommas podcast. Her child Daniel has non-verbal autism. Mom tweeted, “We had an #oldtownroad miracl...

Parents are poisoning their children with bleach to 'cure' autism. These moms are trying to stop it. Brandy Zadrozny, NBC News Don't believe everything you read on the internet, especially in 2019. An autism "cure" is current...

The last year has been the worst on record in the US for measles outbreaks since the disease was declared ‘eradicated’ in 2000. Even though vaccination rates across the country are still high, (according to the CDC) there remains some com...

In high school, I traveled a lot for various conferences—to New York City, Kansas City, all around Ohio, and Washington, D.C. I thought my parents allowed me to go because they saw how beneficial these trips would be for me. But a few years ago, I...