The Small Things That Are Huge

  • Telling people that you can’t take on any more tasks.
  • Allowing yourself to sleep when you are tired. (See also Making Sleep Your Best Friend)
  • Spending your time with people who get you.
  • Respecting your limitations and boundaries.
  • Being honest. With you and others.
  • Walking your talk.
  • Asking for help.
  • Enjoying your leisure time.
  • Throwing away guilt.
  • Speaking about your expectations in relationships.
  • Recognizing red flags. This is intuition, an ancient trait.
  • Not arguing with people about your values.
  • Stepping away when angry, instead of engaging in that moment.
  • Allowing yourself to be loved and supported by others.
  • Forgiving yourself.

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Embolden offers the ADOS-2, the gold standard assessment for kids on the spectrum.

Combined with psychoeducational testing, it helps provide comprehensive information and recommendations to help children and teens six and up.

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