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Stephen Borgman
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Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor: Committed to Helping Neurotypicals and NeuroAtypicals Plan, Brand, Lead, and Succeed
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor: Committed to Helping Neurotypicals and NeuroAtypicals Plan, Brand, Lead, and Succeed

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It’s not every day that you find easy ways to change your life for the better. I first encountered James Swanick when I was listening to the Spartan Up Podcast.  He talked about the fun and health benefits of giving up alcohol! I was intrigued. I’m not…
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“My burnout started at age 45 and ended up in complete collapse at age 47. My coworkers thought I was the same as usual; but my body was going through literal hell from not being able to relax. I often wished I could run screaming from the building, but I…
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Even though I grew up in the Amazon rainforest, I don’t have a lot of outdoors survival skills. When we’re feeling dull and uninspired, you may feel like I did when I tried to start a camping fire on many a camping trip. I’d put all the kindling together,…
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An autistic child presents unique challenges to schools, teachers, and homework; therefore, they find difficult to achieve what they want. A survey reveals that about 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with autism spectrum condition. Autism is a condition…
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Did you know that Thrive with Autism/Aspergers has its very own reporting team? Just kidding. Michael and Cici, from TWAP054 Happy Aspergers Marriage Secrets, attended AspieCon this year. And they graciously submitted their report of their time there.…
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Life is a struggle. In the midst of the struggle, I find myself turning to stories for inspiration. Anita Lesko’s story is one of those stories that inspire me to keep going even when I’m down. Anita was diagnosed with Aspergers in her 50s. Upon being…
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Embracing life autistically – what’s it all about? In this episode, I talk to Judy Endow about discovering autism later in life, and how she has “made sense” of autism both for herself, and also for the clients she works with in her consulting and…
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What I Found Out From A Group of Men I remember sharing my life story with a group of men from my church. We shared our private struggles as well as our victories so that we could really challenge each other and grow. We also promised that we would keep…
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Is there any way to improve the workplace for autistics and Aspergians? Holly thinks so!  Workplace accommodations are a key strategy to make work a better place. As a member of the Thrivers community and an employee at a major corporation, she’s…
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What’s autism and the workplace all about? In this episode, I speak with Holly Anonymous, a Thrive with Aspergers/Autism community member about her background and her autism advocacy in corporate America. You’ll Find Out How Holly found out about…
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