Tag Archives: Adapting

Class Levels Interactions

  When I was a child I remember people who had lots of money! A doctor for example, would have a big house in a nice street with big trees. The house would have a small garden in front, and … Continue reading

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Sun Exposure Risks

  In the latest years there has been such a fuzz about being careful with the sun and the amount and level of exposure we have, especially in summertime. According to the latest “discoveries”, if we don’t use sunscreen every … Continue reading

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Changes

As a small child, about 5 years old, spending 22 hours a day in bed, sick; having hallucinations because of fever attacks; thinking, as the only way to entertain myself due to not being able to move and play with … Continue reading

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Wrong is Right

  So it seems there has been a little gain in exchange of a big loss. The medical classification of Asperger’s Syndrome is no longer considered a “Condition” by the medical authorities, but rather they changed it into a part … Continue reading

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Collecting Data

Human psychology is amazing! The way we behave and the belief we have sometimes have nothing to do with reality, but just our own perception and belief we carry within ourselves. In reality, by observing our surroundings and other people’s … Continue reading

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