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Talent always comes from within you and never from others approval

Talent always comes from within you and never from others approval

by Rebecca Sharrock October 15, 2020

Many people like to think of talents as only occurring in people with exceptional abilities. Yet this is in no way true. All of us possess a certain “spark” or two, and these don’t always have to be to a level where they’re considered extraordinary (extraordinary merely meaning to have never been documented before).

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Is a Server Condition

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Is a Server Condition

by Rebecca Sharrock September 16, 2020

Autism is widely heard of in this current age. Though Rebecca constantly receives much interest about her three lesser known diagnoses. Yes, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is a familiar household name; however it’s actual meaning and characteristics that come along with it are in truth much less understood   

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IF YOU SLIDE OFF THE EDGE DON'T CRASH DOWN

IF YOU SLIDE OFF THE EDGE DON'T CRASH DOWN

by Rebecca Sharrock August 05, 2020

Ever since Rebecca graduated from school she has (more) freedom to work in areas of which she desire's. Initially she would do the same amount of work as she did in high school, by giving herself lessons of my her in areas where she was previously weaker. She continued working to that same level for over five years......

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EYE CONTACT SCARES ME

EYE CONTACT SCARES ME

by Rebecca Sharrock July 20, 2020

Just about every person Rebecca come's across in life notices that she find's it very difficult to make and maintain eye contact. This can either be from people talking to her, as well as from them just seeing her in person out in public, in a picture or on camera. 

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EMBRACE YOU PASSION

EMBRACE YOU PASSION

by Rebecca Sharrock June 25, 2020

For all of her childhood Rebecca had (and continue to have this day) challenges with learning, socialising and experiencing life in a way that was typically expected of me. It’s not that she was necessarily deficient for the most part in those areas; it’s more rather that she do all of those things mentioned in her own individual way. Initially all of her challenges were diagnosed as a part of her severe anxiety disorder.

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A FEMININE TOUCH OF AUTISM

A FEMININE TOUCH OF AUTISM

by Rebecca Sharrock May 21, 2020

Today the current ratios (as there are many different ones from credible sources) of autism between males and females is growing ever more closer.    Females are statistically reported to be affected by autism less so than their male counterparts, even though it’s now becoming more widely believed that autism actually affects the those genders equally.

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MANAGING A PUBLIC LOCKDOWN SITUATION.

MANAGING A PUBLIC LOCKDOWN SITUATION.

by Rebecca Sharrock April 23, 2020

In the previous month’s blog Rebecca has discussed the current coronavirus situation, and how there’s much that is familiar to her about it, in terms of her Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Being fearful of her life getting threatened by exposing herself to public germs and diseases is something she has experienced very often throughout her lifetime.

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HOW IT FEELS TO HAVE OCD

HOW IT FEELS TO HAVE OCD

by Rebecca Sharrock March 23, 2020

Rebecca was diagnosed with OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) at the age of 16 and have in truth had the condition since she was born. For quite some time there has been quite a lot of speculation and interest about what OCD is and how it feels to live with the condition .... Please read more to find out.

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THE HISTORY OF MEMORY RESEARCH

THE HISTORY OF MEMORY RESEARCH

by Rebecca Sharrock February 19, 2020

Memory recall is highly individual to everyone, and we all have unusual aspects of our own way of remembering things. Over tens of thousands of years human memory has essentially not changed. However the current availability of published media and social media has seemingly brought many new kinds of memory recall to the world.

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MELTDOWNS IN THE PRESENT DAY

MELTDOWNS IN THE PRESENT DAY

by Rebecca Sharrock January 20, 2020

Rebecca has been writing blogs for SpecialKids.Company for three years now.  Often by means of trial and error Rebecca has come up with some stronger additions to mindfulness exercises for moments of higher stress or anxiety. It may sound ironic that exercises which bring her anxiety down involve her doing work (relating to that of her career) itself. 

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TAKING RISKS IN MY LIFE

TAKING RISKS IN MY LIFE

by Rebecca Sharrock December 24, 2019

In life there are various kinds of risks each of us can take. Some may involve the possibility of danger to our physical self, and others may involve the possibility of equivalent dangers to our emotional self

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HOW JOYFUL IT IS TO GAIN A SIBLING

HOW JOYFUL IT IS TO GAIN A SIBLING

by Rebecca Sharrock November 17, 2019

Rebecca was born on December the 11th, 1989 and at that time she was an only child. At the beginning of her life this was the only experience she knew and she even took it for granted. But things changed a month after her second birthday when her sister Jessica was born

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