I think meeting new people is a scary thing for everyone, but for myself and probably most other aspies, it’s not just scary. It’s overwhelming. It’s exhausting. It’s terrifying. In a situation where I am due to meet someone new, … Continue reading Meeting New People
It’s been a week since my last blog post and for some bloggers, a week between each post is normal, but for myself, I wanted to achieve writing every 2 days to keep people interested in what I have to … Continue reading My Aspie Traits – Distraction and My Priorities
I’ve always heard of autism awareness month and all things related but honestly, I’m not entirely sure what the purpose for it is. The reason I say this, is because I think every month should be autism awareness month. It … Continue reading Autism Awareness Month – What Do I Think?
This isn’t exactly a topic I feel particularly comfortable with, but as it’s becoming more common than we’d like and I have unfortunately had some experience with it myself, I thought I would write about it. The thing with self harming … Continue reading Depression and Self Harming *Possible Trigger Warning*
Women are supposedly more emotional than men and admittedly, I am. But when I was younger, I wasn’t. I was pretty much a cold-hearted person. It wasn’t that I didn’t care about anything, it was that I couldn’t really understand … Continue reading My Aspie Traits – Emotions
Right from a young age, my family treated me the same as everyone else. Despite my challenging behaviour, everyone continued to stand by me and educate me. I recently thought that my parents just had to work extra hard in … Continue reading My Aspie Traits – Social Understanding
I’ve struggled with anxiety for as long as I can remember. Referring back to my Red Mist Syndrome post, anxiety and confusion kind of went hand in hand with why I was so angry all the time. Eventually I learned how my … Continue reading Anxiety Rules My Life
Looking back to when I was a confused child, the one thing I remembered was that I knew I was different. I didn’t necessarily have a diagnosis (that I know of) but the word ‘autistic’ was always in the front … Continue reading Being Different Isn’t Bad