YOUR view of Mild-Autism itself (eg Allergies)

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1. Allergies

My opinion: 
I’d like to throw in my thoughts to stimulate discussion. Many of you will find my point-of-view to be provocative and controversial: my observations, supported by our specialist allergy doctor with 40 years of experience, lead me to propose that a good deal of allergic sensitivity originates from a generally more nervous condition. If that is the case, then…

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2. Are we all mildly-autistic? Let’s talk!

  (These comments of mine are taken directly from the site, down the bottom of Page One – so fast-forward if you have read that) So you disagree that we are all autistic With your more enlightened autism-awareness, you may now identify a work colleague, a friend or someone you have read about, as being “a…

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3. Your Questions about mild-autism and my Answers

Topic: My Child is Not particularly Stressed Since I assert that there is always “some variety of stress” behind our kids’ “Stronger-than-usual-Own-World-orientation” (which is my definition of mild-autism..!) it is important that I answer the above question. Does my entire premise fall apart if a Child has a stronger Own-World orientation than most, but no…

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