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Rhi
Late-diagnosed woman in . when I can: Appreciator of the little things in life
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Rhi 2h
Replying to @jennywbristol
Absolutely! Relationships always work two ways
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Rhi 2h
Replying to @SunnyDeWilde
😄
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Magnus 6h
Further fuel for my hypothesis that romantic partnerships can help autistic adults to live more independently and realize more of our full potential in the world. This is beautiful.
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Rhi 6h
Replying to @Magnus919
Couldn’t agree more, and you know you’ve got a good one when they say you do exactly the same for them. Partnerships are brilliant
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Rhi 6h
Replying to @grrfy
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grrfy 6h
This is so cool.I need friends like that tbh,I finding it harder to get out both mentally and a certain extent physically. Just to break out of the bubble that's all.
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Rhi 6h
Replying to @autistamatic
If I have my say, it always will 😊
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Sonia Boué 10h
There's been an error on the Museum for Object Research website re The link for our lush evaluation brochure has been updated! You can now read about our incredible experiment in leadership & inclusive practice here!
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Florence Neville Feb 26
"If I have an effective and reliable routine, I am able to push myself through situations I’d struggle to manage otherwise. Honouring my occasional “inflexible adherence to routines” actually enables me to be more flexible when I need to be, not less."
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Florence Neville Feb 26
Replying to @FloNevilleNAT
And a reminder that, as ever, we welcome new contributors to AutismHWB. If following routines, stimming, being in nature, napping, wearing headphones, drawing, trainspotting, learning, writing, using a weighted blanket, karate, coding, knitting etc. help you (cont..)
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Rhi Feb 26
Probably on my homebrew 🍷😁
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Rhi Feb 26
Two years of The Duck. Has it really only been two years?! Feels like five minutes or a decade ago that we started all this. What a lot of lovely people I have met since then 🦆💐🦆
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Rhi Feb 24
Excellent point
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Thinking Person's Guide To Autism Feb 24
“If I can’t, I am at my limits and justifying that would take me beyond them. Sometimes I can’t. One day I hope I can say 'I can’t' aloud in any given scenario and it will be heard." From Rhi :
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Rhi Feb 24
Replying to @rgrey
Hi Robin, hope you enjoy it! I’ll see you there Contact info is all here
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Rhi Feb 24
Replying to @SusanAUTOBO
Told they’d make my hair curly. It was already curly. I was also constantly told how untidy my curls were, but this was not considered a good enough reason not to eat crusts!!
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Rhi Feb 24
Replying to @SoniaBoue
Gorgeous
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Rhi Feb 24
Replying to @EDalmayne
Well done 💐
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Florence Neville Feb 24
We would love to include more personal accounts, of how autistic individuals find their health and wellbeing is improved when they are creative or they stim, on Autism HWB. Could you write one for us?
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Shannon Des Roches Rosa Feb 23
Replying to @shannonrosa
I wish I’d known from the get-go that stimming (repetitive, self-stimulating movements) can be healthy and a natural, innate way to self-regulate. (I really, really wish every parent of an autistic kid knew this.) 13/
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