Monthly Archives: January 2013

Coping with Chronic Pain



Such an ugly word.

Doctors say pain is necessary — it is our body's way of telling us when something is wrong. And I can accept pain with a reason. If I tried to act like a kid again by riding my son's skateboard and fell and broke my arm. The pain is there to tell me I'm hurt and...

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Asperger’s Explained

There is a lot of talk and mystery lately about Asperger's syndrome. What exactly IS it? What causes it? What are the symptoms?

Asperger's syndrome or disorder is an ASD (autism spectrum disorder). It is most often characterized by difficulties in social interaction and may be accompanied by specific patterns of behavior or speech. People with Asperger's syndrome tend to...

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