Why I Laugh: A Book About Autism (Inclusion for children with disabilities 1)

Why I Laugh A Book About Autism Inclusion for children with disabilities This book tells the story of a young boy with Autism as he and his family find out about his disorder The book explains some of the symptoms of Autism and could be used as bibliotherapy in the classro

  • Title: Why I Laugh: A Book About Autism (Inclusion for children with disabilities 1)
  • Author: Dawn Kohler
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This book tells the story of a young boy with Autism as he and his family find out about his disorder The book explains some of the symptoms of Autism and could be used as bibliotherapy in the classroom.

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      Published :2019-08-24T06:59:02+00:00

    About "Dawn Kohler"

    1. Dawn Kohler

      If I would have known I was going to leave my job that day to become a writer, I probably would have planned differently I would have found the perfect replacement for my executive position, somebody who would have run my computer company exactly as I did I would have cleaned out my large corner office, taking with me the pictures of my three children, the awards for being a woman entrepreneur, and the smooth river rock with the word Trust engraved on the surface.My last day was not about heroics, a pinnacle of success, or like I wished, a buyout that would have left me if not outright rich, at least financially secure for the better part of my life It didn t come by way of illness per se, accident, or dismissal, but by way of sheer self mutiny The self I was born to be, decided to hijack the one I had created.To help me move through my spontaneous revolt also known as major depression , I began to write, read, and explore everything I could get my hands on about psychological development and spiritual awakenings I wrote about what was happening to me and read about what had happened to others who had similar experiences The journey took me back through my childhood in San Diego To a family of four children led by Midwestern parents fraught with love, a strong German work ethic, and traumatic dysfunction The need to cope with such a mix, and the desire to please others, veered me from a want to be writer to a business school graduate and soon after the founder of a fast growth technology business The serendipitous journey that followed my exit helped me to uncover a new source of inspiration, and a true north as a writer that gave birth to my first book, A New Dawn Rising, One Woman s Spiritual Odyssey.After my company was sold and the book was released, I was asked by a woman at a book signing to help her with her struggling leadership team Six months later, I had a full practice as an executive coach, which afforded me time to write and helped me provide for my children after a compassionate end to a 20 year marriage Within a few short years, I found myself working with senior leaders at companies such as Time Warner Cable, DreamWorks, and NBC Entertainment Many of these leaders were experiencing challenging corporate changes and, at times, their own spontaneous revolts.Then change came to me again My two youngest children moved away from home to attend college, and for the first time in my life, I was living alone The air barely moved in my empty nest, and I found myself yearning for what I have often yearned for in my life an older, wiser, educated woman who could help me better manage such changes In those long fall nights, I returned to my writing, tossed out my non fiction leadership manuscript, and created Emma Daines, a 72 year old reclusive American hero Emma and her friends became a loving source of wisdom for me inspired by my journey and those of my clients.

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