Matthew Weatherford

@biggmatt | contributor
Mighty Leader
My book: Learning Empathy the Memoirs of an autistic savant I'm a former programmer sysadmin glass blower I got my nickname because I was 6'1 at 11 years old. My website is www.biggmatt.com I have autism bipolar with motor dyspaxia emotionall delayed
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A friend is as as near as the nearest phone

Friend is near the nearest phone thousands of mighty ones all right here to support each other as much as we can

#MightyTogether

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A friend is as as near as the nearest phone

Friend is near the nearest phone thousands of mighty ones all right here to support each other as much as we can

#MightyTogether

3 people are talking about this
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A moment for all fellow suffers

As we browse here today let us not think only of our own needs and troubles but let us reach out with loving hearts.

For all suffers here present.

For all our friends and members in their present needs

For all those most isolated in institutions and abandoned in places not seen.

And for all those who are in any way helping others

#MightyTogether

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A moment for all fellow suffers

As we browse here today let us not think only of our own needs and troubles but let us reach out with loving hearts.

For all suffers here present.

For all our friends and members in their present needs

For all those most isolated in institutions and abandoned in places not seen.

And for all those who are in any way helping others

#MightyTogether

11 people are talking about this
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A moment for all fellow suffers

As we browse here today let us not think only of our own needs and troubles but let us reach out with loving hearts.

For all suffers here present.

For all our friends and members in their present needs

For all those most isolated in institutions and abandoned in places not seen.

And for all those who are in any way helping others

#MightyTogether

11 people are talking about this
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The best thing to do during your recovery ....

Best thing to do during your recovery is to help others. Because you're practicing coping strategies and exchanging empathy nothing better you could be doing

And no matter where you're at in your journey there's somebody else that needs to hear your story so they know they're not alone.

And even though you may only get one comment here or two the reader the comment ratio around here is around 100,000 to one so you never know who read and need to hear your story.

There's never enough of us and we are great here because of all the people who join us.

We are #MightyTogether

Thank you for everyone that has come to join our communities

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The best thing to do during your recovery ....

Best thing to do during your recovery is to help others. Because you're practicing coping strategies and exchanging empathy nothing better you could be doing

And no matter where you're at in your journey there's somebody else that needs to hear your story so they know they're not alone.

And even though you may only get one comment here or two the reader the comment ratio around here is around 100,000 to one so you never know who read and need to hear your story.

There's never enough of us and we are great here because of all the people who join us.

We are #MightyTogether

Thank you for everyone that has come to join our communities

2 people are talking about this
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Am I the only one

I sustained a TBI 25 years ago and am now in a situation where I am without any support system. Have no contact with anyone, am completely paralyzed by being on overload emotionally, mentally and cognitively and am in a very bad situation. Am I the only one totally alone? If I am, then what,? I only could do things with people I knew who monitored me and enabled even doing the most simple day to day things. #TBI #social -disorder #Depression #PTSD

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