An interesting post came up today on Facebook regarding a 16 year old guy living with Aspergers who’s father passed away from cancer. The mother was concerned that when she told her son about his fathers passing the child showed no emotion and replied: “at least he’s not in pain anymore” Continue reading
I have noticed today that many parents of people with autism are commenting on their children’s behaviour on full moons. With four cats, an Aspie and my partner, full moons can be a little nutty around here. I am not so sure why, crazy things happen around full moons.
I’m not a huge fan of change and I am addicted to routine. Recently my partner started working from home which has been challenging enough. Adding an illness on top and first thing in the morning. Things are going to change and I will be anxious.
Ok so I’m one of those Aspie’s that can look you in the eyes. But it’s not without seeing my internal dialogue of my parents or teachers saying “look at me, look at me!” I do get so scolded, every time. Continue reading
Stimulants are my friend. They always have been. My coffee consumption is only hindered by my willingness to walk to Tim Horton’s. I refuse to keep a coffee pot in my home, it’s too convenient, I’d drink two pots. Continue reading