“Even though Autism should be taken seriously, it should also not be treated like a cage. I think the real balance here is in trusting in my competence while being aware of my limitations.”
“You feel the charade begin to unravel and the machinery of your mind starts to break down under the stress.”Read more "My Friend Autism: “Inside the Aspie Brain”"
“The more something scares me, the more I want to do it.”Read more "Some thoughts on Anxiety and Dan Ryckert"
(Here’s a link to the first half) “Am I really Autistic?” This is a question that plagued me for a number of years. What if the diagnosis was faulty? What if I was just… terrible at socialising and a bit eccentric? Wouldn’t it be awful if I was making a claim that was entirely false? […]Read more "Coping with Autism: My Perspective, Part 2"
I’ve been in one of those moods recently. The sort of mood which begs for some sort of output, some sort of creative release. The last time this happened, it was brought on by watching what turned out to be an abomination of a show. You could probably say that what brought this on is […]Read more "Coping with Autism: My Perspective, Part 1"