My son graduated to the mobile phone holding majority when he started high school in September.
On Saturday he admitted he had lost misplaced his mobile.
It led my husband and I onto a discussion about bullying and theft.
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What’s so good about “normal” anyway?

The term neuro-typical is used by the ASD community to cover those that society deems normal.
My definition of neuro-typical encompasses all sorts of people. The mentally ill, in most cases are neuro-typical. Those with bi-polar disorder, those with schitzophrenia, those with narcissistic personality disorders, those that are work-a-holic, the paranoid and so on. Continue reading