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Marriage Counselor Chandrama Anderson & Jeanne Beard's New Approach to Autism

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If you're in a relationship: Do you argue or don't talk? Feel unheard, criticized, misunderstood, taken for granted? Stopped having sex or not intimate? One of you had an affair? Relationships should be the place we feel more secure. If we feel mistrusted, unheard, unseen or misunderstood, then we feel sad, hurt, and angry. Then couples argue, withdraw, and blame. "If only my partner would change, then everything would be fine. Many couples go through this. But it doesn’t have to be like this," observes Chandrama Anderson, MA, MFT, President of Connect2 Marriage Counseling. She counsels in 8 languages and is the author of Connect2 Couples Net and the upcoming novel, Connect Two Hearts: Secrets, Seduction and Second Chances. In her prior career in high tech, Chandrama held executive and management positions at Stanford University and in Silicon Valley, including Apple. www.siliconvalleycouples.com

Is Autism the world’s most misunderstood diagnosis? The assumption that Autism is a disease to be cured is wrong! Do you know how to harness the hidden talent and power of people with Autism?  Jeanne Beard is a thought leader in the autism arena. She is the founder of the National Autism Academy, a speaker, coach, consultant, and author of Autism & The Rest of Us: How to Sustain a Healthy, Functional and Satisfying Life with a Person on the Autism Spectrum. The mother of 2 sons, one diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and one diagnosed with ADHD, Jeanne is certified as a life coach  helping families with autism find success, peace and inspiration. Her previous 30-year career was in B2B sales. http://www.NationalAutismAcademy.com

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