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Home Alone

by Archer

After some prompting my parents they decided to leave me home alone while they went away on two trips recently. Since this was the first time that the...

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To Tell or Not to Tell

by Archer

Recently I was with a group of Aspie friends and there was a common theme amongst them. Many of them shared that they had, at one point in time, been...

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Camping

by Archer

For the past couple of years my parents and I have been camping. So far we've only camped at Assateague Island in Maryland, but it's one of the most ...

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Hyper-Focus

by Archer

One of the most prominent characteristics of my Asperger's has been the "hyper-focus" that occurs in many people on the spectrum. The best descriptio...

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Pets

by Archer

Through my life there have only been a few friends that have stayed by my side in almost all parts of my life. Those friends are my pets. Everybody ...

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Is Traditional College for Me?

by Archer

Over the summer my parents and I decided that I would take a gap year, but during that time I would enroll in my local community college for a class o...

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The Wedding

by Archer

Last fall I went to what could be called the wedding from hell. I didn't have much interest in going to begin with, which probably should've been an i...

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Get out of the house! No.

by Archer

For most of my life my parents have been trying to get me out of the house and socialize with my friends. For my part I've resisted their efforts mos...

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You've Got a Friend in Me

by Archer

What's a friend? Michael shares his thoughts on the importance of friends (including the 4-legged variety), and what makes a good one. 

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Aspie Relationship?

by Archer

For anyone looking for that "special someone", Michael shares his thoughts on dating as a self-described "Aspie" and what it takes to make a relationship work.

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