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Autism@Work

Autism at Work ©2010 Wendy Arscott, B.Ed., M.Ed. “It is estimated that up to 85% of adults with Asperger's Syndrome (AS) do not hold full time employment ("Asperger's on the Job" by Rudy Simone). This is not because they can't do the job; most exhibit above average intelligence. Simply put, the most common reason cited…
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How to Love Yourself

How to Love Yourself © Wendy Arscott, 2017 Why? Isn’t loving yourself ‘selfish’, ‘egocentric’, maybe even ‘narcissistic’? Well, the truth of the matter is that if you do not love yourself, you cannot really love anyone else. You are with ‘you’ all the time. If you do not love yourself, you will buckle under others’…
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Nothing and Everything

July 17/17 Nothing and Everything The date! 7/17/17. How fortuitous! My daughter’s 32nd birthday. I hope it is a fortunate day for her. She has a knack for winning at the casino sometimes. Did you ever wake up and think, “Crap. I’m a loser. I haven’t done what I wanted to do; I haven’t gone…
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Slowing Down to Get More Done

Wendy Arscott ©2017 Slowing Down to Get More Done Yes, it’s possible. I have proved it myself. By focusing on one thing at a time-and it is hard in today’s society where multi-tasking abounds- you can actually get more done by doing each thing right the first time. I know it seems illogical and counter…
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