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Goals and Expectations; Revelations Working with an Autistic Child

Goals and Expectations; Revelations Working with an Autistic Child

“In the hopes of reaching the moon men fail to see the flowers that blossom at their feet.” ~ Albert Schweitzer In relationships, both personal and professional it’s important to be conscious of our goals and expectations. It’s also a good idea to honestly assess the present and the past. How else can we establish […]

Breakthrough With Autistic Child; Thinking Outside The Box

Breakthrough With Autistic Child; Thinking Outside The Box

How often have you had futile thoughts like, “Nothing is working. I feel like I am banging my head against the wall”? And then you surrender the mental strife, you “Let Go and let God”, “Cast your fate to the wind”, think “What will be, will be”, and to your amazement somehow a new opportunity, […]

Powerful Beliefs; Are You An Idealist or Skeptic?

Powerful Beliefs; Are You An Idealist or Skeptic?

In working with people over many years it seems there are two general groups of us; the believers and those who doubt. I’ve reckoned that it takes the same mental energy to conjure a positive outlook as it does a dismal one, so I tend to imagine a good outcome. Yet some bank on the […]

His Voice Bugged Me. Relevant or Judgmental?

His Voice Bugged Me. Relevant or Judgmental?

I was speaking with a woman about a relationship she had, that ended bitterly. Now she is leery and nervous about dating again. She confessed that there were little things in the beginning of the relationship, like the tone in his voice, that made her antsy and on edge, distrusting. It wasn’t what he said […]

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