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Autism and Anxiety – Part 3 – tips for dealing with anxiety.
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Autism and Anxiety – Part 3 – tips for dealing with anxiety.

The previous two articles in this series looked at anxiety in people with autism, and how it can affect them. This article will try and look at some of the things that can be done to either stop anxiety, or lessen its impact. The tips might not work for everyo...
Autism and Anxiety – Part 2 – the effects of anxiety.
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Autism and Anxiety – Part 2 – the effects of anxiety.

Anxiety can have a huge impact on the lives of those who suffer from it. It often goes hand in hand with other mental health conditions, and can also have a physical impact on anyone who has to live with it; affecting their physical and mental health as well a...
Autism and Anxiety – Part 1 – why are people with autism more likely to experience anxiety?
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Autism and Anxiety – Part 1 – why are people with autism more likely to experience anxiety?

Anxiety is something that can affect anyone. It can cause feelings of nervousness, fear and stress, as well as making those that suffer from it physically ill. Anxiety can come in small amounts, or it can be so extreme that those affected can not bring themsel...
Autism, and Losing days through Sensory Overload
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Autism, and Losing days through Sensory Overload

Do you ever find that when you have one busy day, you end up losing two days?  What I mean by that is this; I work from home doing my writing, and I like to see it as my job.  I want to put a good few hours in to it each day.  But if I am out and about, and ve...
Autism and the Criminal Justice System – Part 7 – Mate Crime.
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Autism and the Criminal Justice System – Part 7 – Mate Crime.

First of all what is mate crime?  Well mate crime is when someone, often a person with autism, is manipulated in to committing a crime by someone who they think is their friend.  This often arises as people with autism can find it hard to tell when someone is ...
Autism and Confidence – Part 3 – How can autistic people become more confident?
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Autism and Confidence – Part 3 – How can autistic people become more confident?

It is best to start out by saying that there is no one quick-fix for gaining confidence. But there are a few smaller things that can be done in order to raise confidence levels in certain situations. They might not give an autistic person a huge confidence boo...