All about Cloth Pads | Autism and Periods

I recently started using cloth pads for when I am on my period. I don't usually wear tampons so I knew I would probably be better off getting cloth pads rather than a menstrual cup or disk. I have found them to be much more comfortable for me. I sometimes forget I am even wearing …

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My Multipurpose Service Dog Prospect | Service Puppy in Training

I have been doing a lot of research about service dogs since I was really sick about 2 years ago. In April time I tried to start training with my emotional support dog, Pixie. But although she is smart and a quick learner, she doesn't really like certain people and will growl at them. She …

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How I Survive Public Transportation with Autism | Back to School 2019

I commute about an hour and a half to college multiple times a week during the semester. I take the bus and the train. I also have Autism. Public transportation can be a bit tricky. Here are my essentials and top tips on how to survive public transportation with Autism: Essentials Ear plug or headphones- …

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Coping with Depression in College | Back to School 2019

College can be a stressful time in our lives. It is also the time where mental health problems typically arise. So here are the things and places on campus that help me cope with depression in college: Places On Campus: Disability ServicesThere is most likely a disability office on your campus. This is where you …

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My First Time Using a Cane in Public as a Twenty-something | Life with Chronic Illness

I had never used any kind of mobility aid before this. Although, I have had problems with chronic pain for quite a while now. About a week ago I injured my hip. Normally I have pain in my hips but this time it was so bad that it left me in tears most days out …

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