• How would christians feel if they found out god had homosexual tendencies?

    Would they lie in the corner of the shower with the theme tune to the crying game playing in the background
    Would they lie in the corner of the shower with the theme tune to the crying game playing in the background
    40 answers · 2 days ago
  • Christians, have you ever been Touch by Angel?

    Best answer: THEY HAVE SAVED MY LIFE 3 TIMES AND ONE OF THOSE TIMES I WAS PREGNANT WITH MY SON AND HE IS DOING WELL.HE Has 2 beautiful little girls.
    Best answer: THEY HAVE SAVED MY LIFE 3 TIMES AND ONE OF THOSE TIMES I WAS PREGNANT WITH MY SON AND HE IS DOING WELL.HE Has 2 beautiful little girls.
    5 answers · 7 hours ago
  • Atheists, why does pastor anderson seem to hate everything & everybody?

    all but muslims he hate on islam but not muslims WHY IS THAT?
    all but muslims he hate on islam but not muslims WHY IS THAT?
    4 answers · 4 hours ago
  • Survey; What is your favorite holiday and why?

    Best answer: Christmas: from November through to New Years day because of the atmosphere, which is created by the warm golden glow of strings of lights; Christmas lights coming on in high streets; Christmas markets; green, red, gold and silver decorations everywhere; the smell of the tinsel; the smell of candles - especially... show more
    Best answer: Christmas: from November through to New Years day because of the atmosphere, which is created by the warm golden glow of strings of lights; Christmas lights coming on in high streets; Christmas markets; green, red, gold and silver decorations everywhere; the smell of the tinsel; the smell of candles - especially the cinnamon scented ones; wearing warm thick clothing such as fairisile jumpers or cable knit jumpers and pyjamas; sitting around the table pulling crackers with loved ones; playing charades and telling the cracker jokes, whilst wearing the little hats which come inside each cracker; sitting by fire with a vegan hot chocolate; watching Christmas movies with friends and family; watching the countdown to midnight (New Years Day); the fireworks at midnight to mark New Years Day and the song Auld Lang Syne which plays during the fireworks; playing with sparklers after midnight to celebrate the New Year; being surrounded by loved ones.
    133 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Tips on helping a child with autism.?

    So I'm 14, and my moms bf's nephew is moving in with us because his mom isn't able (personal reasons). I have to help him with school, like showing him his classes and ensuring his grades are good and also helping. My family thinks this is a good opportunity to get his education in track because... show more
    So I'm 14, and my moms bf's nephew is moving in with us because his mom isn't able (personal reasons). I have to help him with school, like showing him his classes and ensuring his grades are good and also helping. My family thinks this is a good opportunity to get his education in track because he's starting middle school and his mom barely ever took him to school. My school isn't really like others, its a very good school but it requires very hard work and I dont want him to feel pressured. He was (probably near low-functioning) autism and ADHD. He has behavioral, learning, and speech problems. His mom allows/ed him to curse and he's gained this whole "bad kid" rep and I dont want him to get made fun of at school, I already do enough. Any tips on how I can help manage his behavior and ensure kids at school won't pick on him? He's in 6th grade and I'm in 8th. My mom and her bf are always busy, so he doesn't have a parental figure and he's kind of similar to an 8 year old, his mom neglects him and I want him to have someone to help him with school and such. I just get so frustrated so easily because I'm not used to being around people with such bad behavioral issues. Help?
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Dyslexia Questions? 9 year old son possible dyslexia.?

    We can spend hours with him on a spelling test, he knows it when he walks out the door, he will come home and say mom I did amazing on that spelling test with confidence, and he actually flunked it. Reading is a hassle, he will get very fidgety and do whatever it takes not to read, if I can get him calm he... show more
    We can spend hours with him on a spelling test, he knows it when he walks out the door, he will come home and say mom I did amazing on that spelling test with confidence, and he actually flunked it. Reading is a hassle, he will get very fidgety and do whatever it takes not to read, if I can get him calm he actually reads ok but I do notice he will make words up or skip them all together, his independent writing is a nightmare. My dad actually had dyslexia. The school tested my son and they said he didn't have it, but I have my doubts.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Where do autistic adults live when their parents die?

    Being the brother of an autistic adult this is the question nobody wants to ask but terrifies everybody
    Being the brother of an autistic adult this is the question nobody wants to ask but terrifies everybody
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Questions regarding blind child?

    Does a blind 2 year old child like to go outdoors? Would they cry or feel uncomfortable as there are alot of things out there that they are unfamiliar with? Do parents prefer to bring a blind child outdoors to learn about different tactiles or indoors? Thank you in advance!
    Does a blind 2 year old child like to go outdoors? Would they cry or feel uncomfortable as there are alot of things out there that they are unfamiliar with? Do parents prefer to bring a blind child outdoors to learn about different tactiles or indoors? Thank you in advance!
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I was diagnosed with aspergers but can I consider myself neurotypical l after these things?

    I'm a 17 year old girl. I was diagnosed with aspergers when I was 5. I always hated having an IEP and I had to really beg my parents to get rid of most things on it. I don't think I have aspergers anymore because of this. 1. I have a number of friends(some NT, some AS, but mostly NT). 2. I love to dress up... show more
    I'm a 17 year old girl. I was diagnosed with aspergers when I was 5. I always hated having an IEP and I had to really beg my parents to get rid of most things on it. I don't think I have aspergers anymore because of this. 1. I have a number of friends(some NT, some AS, but mostly NT). 2. I love to dress up in expensive clothes and not baggy clothes like AS people. 3. I watch regular adult shows like OITNB and AHS and not children's shows. 4. I wear makeup a lot. 5. I had a huge sweet 16 wearing a big poofy dress in a catering hall. 6. I order from the adult menu in restaurants and enjoy it. I do all these neurotypical things yet my parents still think I have aspergers. Come on, you can't possibly think I do after what I just told you
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago