Tag Archives: sportsmanship

Success With Games

Often, I talk about struggles and difficulty within groups.  After all, working in groups is difficult for the socially challenged. And, like group work, playing games with peers is fraught with difficulty.  After all, it is a kind of group … Continue reading

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Sportsmanship and Games

Two words to fill any parent – of an Asperger child – with dread.  Just thinking about good sportsmanship makes me wince. Of course, there’s a reason why sportsmanship is so difficult for our Asperger kids; they don’t automatically see … Continue reading

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The Anguish of Rules

Today, I really put my brother on the spot.  Of course, he can handle it… but it felt so unfair and demanding. Wednesday is our day to watch the little nephew, and often we get to see a bit of … Continue reading

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