https://youtu.be/pMTmvs9sGnw https://www.facebook.com/EveReiland/videos/10155603038682823/ Lisa de Brito · 16:22 They are, true. Our country isn’t much better especially as it pertains to medicine. Specifically neuroscience and mental health. Lisa de Brito · 9:01 LMAO 🤣 Peter Wynn · 2:56 Australia's 60 Minutes piece was appalling. Eve Reiland · 6:33https://www.news.com.au/.../1706a3e2c64d74f8de08b911e3d00... Lynda Carrejo Labendeira · 25:56 Irene Riemer Manage Eve Reiland · 22:43https://www.gofundme.com/help-fund-a-facility-for-max Danijela Turner · 38:04 So, whilst they ‘need’ the money for this ‘facility’ for … Continue reading Wake. Bake. Caffeinate. | Talkin’ The Australia Autistic Front, 60 minutes, My Special Child and Nikki Osborne.
You might have heard. You might have not, but I'm here to fill you in. Recently, there is an autism mom, whom has taken it upon herself, to write a comedy Source: Laughing with autistics, as a mother.
https://www.facebook.com/moondyne/posts/10156589669109917 Samantha Connor June 12 at 11:28pm · I want to do a compilation of women's faces when they are reacting to Nikki Osborne comments. Nikki on feminism - (upon viewing two women filmed at an ATM turning on their attacker) ''I think this is the perfect ad for PMS relief - he got the wrong … Continue reading As Seen On Facebook |… it would have been a hella different thing if your mama did this to you. via @moondyne
Say What? #NikkiHasAllTHePrettyDresses? Damn, I'm so jelly. Guess I shall ponder pants and smoke a blunt. Yeah, Nikki Osborne Might Have ALL the Pretty Dresses, but ... #EveHasAllThePrettyWeed Blunt Talk: Suck on That.
Activist: This is going to be a very interesting albeit a seriously odd situation re you are marketing yourself as an autism advocate but yet you are threatening litigation against actual autistic advocacy groups? Or will you just go after autistic adults singularly? Perhaps the advocacy groups can then provide support to the autistic adults … Continue reading FB Screen | Activist to St Kilda Comedy Club . . .
Being constantly offended doesn't mean your right. It just means you're too narcissistic to tolerate opinions different than yours.
"Stop worrying. He'll turn out fine." Again this comment has the best intentions yet is completely incorrect. 4 years ago my son was a stimming, rocking, non-verbal little puddle who's trajectory was looking very scary. I quit work. I spent every hour I could sabotaging his desire to avoid and retreat. I nodded his head … Continue reading Screen | TheTherapyStore.com: 4 years ago my son was a stimming, rocking, non-verbal little puddle …