Tag: eve reiland

  • My Youngest Autistic Son Now Has A Vote And A Voice

    My Youngest Autistic Son Now Has A Vote And A Voice

    [From my Facebook post today.] So proud of my youngest son – and oh my heart. He was so worried I’d be upset with him for using my email address. I had to assure him I’m not upset, in fact I’m very, very proud, and that his problem solving was awesome. My son is 18 […]

  • Adventures with Dentures: Fixodent VS Poligrip – Which Is Better? | Autistically, Eve

    Adventures with Dentures: Fixodent VS Poligrip – Which Is Better? | Autistically, Eve

    Another Autistically, Eve video 🙂. Here’s the first comparison video | Adventures with Dentures: Fixodent VS Poligrip – Which is better? [TW: Graphic images of my face looking like a Snapchat filter. Yes, I just gave a trigger warning for my face … but yikes. It is a lot.] I’ve got some definite opinions and […]

  • Autistic, Divergent and Disabled Fashion With Autistically, Eve

    Autistic, Divergent and Disabled Fashion With Autistically, Eve

    Welcome to Autistically, Eve. Autistically, Eve will be focused on divergent and disabled fashion, adaptive fashion, style hacks and workarounds, accessories suitable for sensory and social anxiety management, fashionable fidgets and more. I will also be seeking and sharing about about disabled, autistic and divergent influencers, creators and more.   I had a deep love of […]

  • Creating A Space Of Joy In The Midst Of Trauma And Establishing New Boundaries For Mental Health

    Creating A Space Of Joy In The Midst Of Trauma And Establishing New Boundaries For Mental Health

    [TW: PTSD, Abuse, Mental Illness, Trigger Month] There’s a reason Bill and I were married in October. It gave me something to look forward to and to celebrate. A joy to embrace going forward in the future. A happy space in the middle of traumatic memories to hug. October is an incredibly difficult month for […]

  • My Autistic Family Life | The Early Years: 2006 – 2009

    My Autistic Family Life | The Early Years: 2006 – 2009

    Below are links to journals, emails, and publications that I wrote between 2006 and 2009 on family life.  Subjects include: Parenting autistics, open adoption, widely-spaced siblings, troubles at school, autism diagnosis, IEP, depression, suicide ideation, becoming a brother (by Jared), autism acceptance, autism awareness, surprise pregnancy, antepartum, and more. Some of these entries were syndicated […]

  • My Autistic Family Life | The Early Years: 2003 – 2005

    My Autistic Family Life | The Early Years: 2003 – 2005

    Below are links to journals, emails, and publications that I wrote in 2005 on family life. Subjects include: Parenting autistics, secondary infertility, PCOS, open adoption, widely-spaced siblings, troubles at school, and more. It also include my first published piece in the “Adoptive Families” magazine. 2003 Secondary Infertility: A family affair  2005 Got The Most Amazing […]

  • Netflix Series: Heartbreak High | A Collection of News & Reviews

    Netflix Series: Heartbreak High | A Collection of News & Reviews

    Check out “Heartbreak High” on Netflix >> Heartbreak High had me in happy tears the other night. Incredible representation of being Autistic and played by an Autistic actor, Chloe Hayden. The interactions, the responses, the sensory exposure, the impending meltdown, pushing back against stigma, the retort* (ty Sia) … and just all of it … […]