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Written by Gayle Nobel   
Thursday, 08 December 2016 15:15


I know, I know. There hasn't even been the sound of crickets on this blog in a long time. 

My writing time and writing focus has gone to my coaching blog for the last couple of years as this one is being phased out.

What I have written there definitely applies to living well with autism and other challenges. We all have something and that something seems to ebb and flow with thoughts and circumstances and a combination of the two.

So inviting you to hop on over to and take a peek at some of the latest.

Here are a few samples:

I Don't Know (does that feel scary sometimes?)

Discomfort (yikes, how we run from that, don't we?)

I Can Do This (venturing out into the video blog world)

Hello, Are You There (Finding flow in a state of crisis)

And much much more if you would like to poke around.

AND, I am getting ready to merge this mailing list into my coaching blog.

If you do not want to be added, please send me an email and let me know. ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

If you would like to be added and receive blogs as they are posted, do nothing and expect to  receive a confirmation email from (it might say webmaster) in the next couple of weeks.

Thanks for reading and I look forward to seeing you on







Last Updated on Thursday, 08 December 2016 22:16
What If It's Not a Choice? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Gayle Nobel   
Thursday, 31 March 2016 23:32

What if it's not a choice?

Invite you to hop on over to to check this out.

That Love PDF Print E-mail
Written by Gayle Nobel   
Monday, 15 February 2016 11:21

That Love

Slow Motion Moments PDF Print E-mail
Written by Gayle Nobel   
Tuesday, 26 January 2016 19:51

There has always been a schism of sorts. A feeling of a divide in our family. Us and the girls. Us and Kyle. The girls and Kyle? Not so much.

This family dynamic was put in motion very early when Kyle’s 1:1 therapy took place in his bedroom. Hours, days, and years ticked by. The girls were out having a life. Kyle’s life was in his room. Small. There was a method to the madness which made sense for awhile. As years went on, it stopped feeling like the thing to do.

My kids are adults now.  Kyle has a life outside his room. Thank goodness. The girls are out on their own in different states living their lives. Kyle still lives at home.

Leah is a singer and Kyle listens to her music all the time.

Despite a busy evening and last minute guitar restring, she kept her promise to serenade Kyle.

His birthday gift

A concert for one

By one

10:30 PM

As a music lover, Kyle soaked it up.

As a  person with autism, his outer response was not immediately visible.

But when she finished the first song, his grin was priceless.

A moment for Kyle

A moment for Leah

A moment for me

A precious connection point

Leah giving, Kyle receiving

Me observing, feeling

Sweetness filled the room

A string of slow motion moments

As exhausted as I was, I felt that place inside all of us.


It looks to me like this is where life’s elixir resides.

Weeks later,  I’m still smiling inside.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 January 2016 19:55
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