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Do Lemons Have Feathers? – Book Review

Book Review of “Do Lemons Have Feathers? More to Autism Than Meets The Eye” by David J Burns Jessica Kingsley Publishers I am not a fast reader and can easily be overwhelmed by a book, but not this one. David

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Zootropolis (2016) – Review

“ZOOTROPOLIS” Zootropolis was much better than what I thought! It was very funny, very amusing and I would highly recommend it as a family film and something to go and watch. Throughout the movie, it builds up a lot of

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Steve Silberman: “Neurotribes” (2016) – Review

Book Review of “Neurotribes: The Legacy of Autism and How to Think Smarter About People Who Think Differently” by Steve Silberman Published by Allen and Unwin ISBN 9781760113643 I came to the subject of autism aged 53, around 26th November

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Steve Silberman: “Neurotribes” (2015) – Review

Book Review of “NEUROTRIBES” The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity Steve Silberman ISBN Number 978-1583334676 A month after starting to read Steve Silberman’s doorstopper of a book “Neurotribes” I’ve finished it at last. I’m so glad I

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Overcoming Anxiety and Depression on the Autism Spectrum

Megan very kindly offered to review the following book: “Overcoming Anxiety and Depression on the Autism Spectrum:  A Self-Help Guide using CBT” by Lee A Wilkinson (available from Amazon here). However, despite putting an enormous amount of effort in, she

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The Rewrite (2014) – Review

“THE REWRITE” The Rewrite is a romantic comedy about a once successful screenwriter who makes the decision to fly from his life of Los Angeles to become a teacher in a New York University. Staring Hugh Grant, the film portrays

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The Story of Luke (2012) – Review

“THE STORY OF LUKE” Following my diagnosis, one of the pieces of “advice” I received was to visit some of the autistic forums. It turned out to “not be my thing”, however there was a chap on one of them

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Mozart and the Whale (2005) – Review

“MOZART AND THE WHALE” Until an aspie friend brought the 2005 aspie rom-com“Mozart and the Whale” to my attention I was entirely unaware of the film. She had discovered it for herself during her extensive reading around the topic of

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The Blues Brothers (1980) – Review

“THE BLUES BROTHERS” Is this a situation anyone can relate to?… One is in midst of conversation, and suddenly a thought comes to mind – from where you know not, and, from subconscious depths, without further “due diligence” one vocalises

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