Author Archives: Chris Hodge

About Chris Hodge

I'm a freelance writer, manual laborer and owner of a couple struggling businesses. I also have Asperger's Syndrome, and I've also gone a lot further than some people thought I ever would. I'm open to learning how I can be more successful, and showing others how they can do better in life.

How You Can Work With People Better

A lot of times, we Aspies find it hard to work with people.  And that makes sense, since people are ridiculous, insane creatures that say they want one thing and then go do another.  And for another thing, people can … Continue reading

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Aspergers and Adults

A lot of people think that Aspergers Syndrome is just a “children’s disease” – uh, no.  Aspergers and adults are a bit like air and a tire.  Just because the tire seems a little bit less full of air, doesn’t … Continue reading

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Find Employment as an Aspie by Doing What You’re Good At

I’ve always been a very creative individual. You could even say that it’s one of my Aspie gifts, and to stifle or ignore it would be a disservice to everyone whom it might touch in a positive way. However, the way in which I once chose to express it was… sub-optimally successful, to put it in the nicest possible terms. Continue reading

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Aspie Dating

I haven’t had a date in months.  Obviously, my ability to attract a woman is both rusty and neglected.  When I have valuable intel, I’ll let you know. Just keep in mind that it is always best to focus on … Continue reading

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How to Deal With Internal “Rules”

I recently read an entry into the Encyclopedia Dramatica about Asperger’s Syndrome – and like all posts on that site, it pulled no punches. Simply put, most of the world sees us as nothing more than lazy, whiny people who … Continue reading

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How to get to sleep faster

One of the fundamental issues we Aspies face is that it often takes us a really long time to fall asleep.  In fact, one of the defining cornerstones of many clinical diagnoses is that it takes the average Aspie more … Continue reading

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How to Control Aspie Rage

If you are anything like me, you most likely have “moments” in which you absolutely flip out. If you do not, this post isn’t for you, and you might want to spend your time going to another post. Continue reading

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