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Season 2 Episode 10: Suicide Prevention & Comedy with Frank King

In today’s show, I sit down and have a chat with one funny guy, Frank King. We talk about how he got to where he is today, talking about trying to help those who feel their lives aren’t worth a lot. 

He gives us a peak into his life and how knew he was destined to be a comedian, started when he was in grammar school. He also talks about how he plan to build himself up again to get back into body building. He even showed me a picture of himself at 64 all muscled up. 

He talks about how he was in a snow storm and his car was having a problem and that three thoughts were going through his head “I can either repair, get a new car, or kill himself” Well we know the outcome.  He is now going around using his humor trying to help those who are going through the same thing he was. 

He is incredibly funny, we laughed so much. through the show. He says his favorite word is FUCK, and says “Come on, I am a comedian”

He talks about Chronic Sucide Idleation. and talks about his best compliment was when Johnthan Winters says he was funny when everyone else in the crowd thought he was funny.

Talks about how Leno was a great person to work for.  He has done numerous Ted Talks and is just one hell of a funny guy.

You can find out about him at the link below.

Frank King Suicide Prevention Speaker

Season 2 Episode 8: ADHD Edition

On this very special episode of Inside the Aspergers Studio, I talk to Dr. Ned Hallowell. We learn about him and how he manages his own ADHD.

He answers questions like, is ADHD and Low Self Esteem related to one another. He talks about how if you poor performance in life and know it that relates to yourself esteem. We talk about what he tribuets his success too and answers some quetions about memory and himself and also gives advice on focus and most important answers the question of is there a difference between adult and youth ADHD.

This was one facinating show with lots of facinating facts.

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Season 2 Episode 14: Aspie Edition

In this Special episode of Inside the Aspgers Studio, I talk with John Truitt. We get to know about his organization On the Spectrum Foundation and find out what services he will offer, when he started it and much more. We also find out about him. We find out that he has dual citizenship with Austrialla and that he listed him organization on the stock market over there.

John is a great guy with great ideas going ahead with his business. He talks about how before he was diagnosed it was hard on him and his wife, but she has stuck with him through it all.

 

https://www.onthespectrumfoundation.org/

150:A Beautiful Mess-A Mother‘s Vision By Marie Adell

Get ready to listen to some amazing advice from an Aspie mother, Marie Adell. Marie’s goal is to help others understand autism like her family has done over the years. She is mom to a daughter on the spectrum and has made it to her life goal to be an inspiration and to bring awareness, acceptance and attention to helping aspies become successful. She has not only traveled for educational purposes to places like Ethiopia and Indonesia, but has also worked on other podcasts to spread her knowledge as an autistic mother. 

Interview with Sheila Gregoire, Great Sex Rescue Part 1

Join Stephanie and Dan as they interview co-authors, Sheila Gregoire and Rebecca Lindenbach, of the new book, The Great Sex Rescue. The discussion will start on things taught in Christian media that have been harmful or helpful to Christian couples, and tie in how someone with black and white thinking could certainly misinterpret the information for greater harm to the marriage. This podcast is crucial for ministers and Christian people helpers to know what research and data have to say about the best-selling Christian books that are often used as resources in counseling by ministers or counselors.

About Sheila:
Sheila Wray Gregoire is the face behind ToLoveHonorandVacuum.com, the largest single-blogger marriage blog. A sought-after speaker, she’s also an award-winning author of nine books, including The Good Girl’s Guide to Great Sex. Sheila has a Master’s in Public Administration and a Master of Arts in Sociology both from Queen’s University. Sheila built the successful blog, To Love, Honor, and Vacuum, with traffic of one million page views a month. Her email list is 45,000 strong and her social media reach is over 100,000. Her podcast, Bare Marriage, has more than 5,000 downloads each week. She is an award-winning author with seven royalty-published books. A sought-after speaker, Sheila has spoken at churches and conferences around the globe. She is a frequent contributor at Family Life Canada events. Her latest book, “The Great Sex Rescue” was featured in the New York Times Book Review, Publishers Weekly, and The Washington Post. She has bylines at Religion News Service, Relevant Magazine, and other news sources. Sheila and her husband Keith, a pediatrician, live in Belleville Ontario. They have two grown daughters and one very adorable grandson who lives down the road. She enjoys hiking, birdwatching, RV camping trips, and board games. And she knits – even in line at the grocery store.
https://tolovehonorandvacuum.com
https://instagram.com/sheilagregoire
https://facebook.com/sheila.gregoire.books
https://twitter.com/sheilagregoire 
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdO1v4LdyqZV-m_VMlH5VGg
https://greatsexrescue.com/

Mind Blindness and Remorse and Repair with Mark Hutten

Join Dr. Holmes as she talks about NeuroDiverse Relationship with counseling psychologist, Mark Hutten, MA. Mark has twenty-plus years of counseling experience and has worked with a broad age range of individuals on the autism spectrum. He offers online parent support and counseling and is the author of the e-book Living with an Asperger Partner. Today’s segment will discuss Remorse & Repair and the Lack Thereof.

149:Meet ”Doctor Light” (David Cubby)

In this episode we interview my new friend Doctor Light (AKA David Cubby). Cubby has a degenerative eye condition that has made him blind since he was a child. Although he cannot see faces, he still has an amazing spirit and is a successful comedian who appeared on Britain’s Got Talent. Let’s all listen and enjoy Cubby’s wisdom and you will not help but to laugh at his jokes on this Autism Rocks And Rolls chapter. 

Stories Episode 6: Autism Rocks and Rolls with Sam and Gina Mitchelle

On todays show I talk with a Sam and his mom Gina Mitchelle. Sam is a Aspie Podcaster whose podcasts are all about showing the emotional side of Autism. 

Sam has over 145 episodes of his podcast going strong and has interviewed many interesting people such as Mick Foley from the WWE who is a hall of famer.  I will give him a few tips and I am sure he will give me a few tips.  Not only will I talk with him but his mom as well. 

Let’s find out how he got to be so good at what he does and maybe we can get some guests from him.

So sit back, relax, and grab your favorite beverage be sure to tune in to see what Sam has to say.

Check out Sams page below and tell him Reid sent you.

Stories Episode 10: ASD Life Coach and CEO of Virtuos Tutoring

In todays episode I sit down with Lauren Roesnbaum. We get to know a bit, find out why she started her own compan y and where she see herself in the future.

We talk about where we see the world in five years time, and her motto of “Just Do It.” 
She is a amazing women with a amazing story.

Anyone who has her a life coach is very lucky, because not only is she caring, but very understand and helpful.

Sit back and have yourself a listen to Lauren as she shares a bit of her life with me on Stories.

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