I wrote a guest post on Katherine May’s blog The Electricity of Every Living Thing and she’s just published it. Gosh! I do like writing Guest Posts, so if anyone wants me to write one for their blog, please get in touch via the comments on this post.
I’ve been suffering from terrible pain from reflux recently. One thing that was recommended to me was sleeping in a more upright position. So when I came across the Wedgehog Wedge Pillow, I thought I’d found an ideal solution. It is designed especially for reflux and is used by the NHS. The reviews for itContinue reading “Product Review: Wedgehog Wedge Pillow”
Today is Autistic Pride Day 2018. I already wrote about Autistic Pride Day back in 2016. And though there is still a lot of infiltration by non-autistics and a lot of puzzle pieces and other crap, it seems the number of autistic-run events is growing. There was an Autistic Pride Picnic in Hyde Park inContinue reading “Autistic Pride Day 2018”
I read and reviewed Katherine’s book The Electricity of Every Living Thing back in April. And I’m delighted that she has agreed to be interviewed as part of my “Introducing….” series. So, without further ado, I present to you one of my favourite autistic authors, Katherine May. How would you describe yourself? I’m not sure!Continue reading “Introducing…. Katherine May”
A few years ago, I came across Dr. Ross Greene’s book The Explosive Child. It’s no exaggeration to say it changed my life, as it gave me a different way to look at my children’s challenging behaviour and find more effective ways of parenting them. It’s a book I highly recommend to all parents, andContinue reading “Lives in the Balance”