I try my best to not show fear on my face, just smile knowingly at the group conversation. This stranger might laugh at me when this event is over. I’ve got to be nice and make a good impression.
This is a talk I wrote in one of my good weeks while experiencing Autistic Burn Out. Using this method as a baseline has helped me on my recovery journey.
When I was about 18, I started giving short speeches to raise awareness of youth homelessness.
I am gifted peace to take time to understand conversations. Without the worry of looking ‘dull’ or ‘slow’.
Allow your natural interest and wonder to rise. Look for patterns. Us Aspies can be great at finding patterns.
It’s nice not to be burnt out!
“Elusive Identity” is available to Pre order.
Themes are not having a sense of identity, masking, recreating myself and gender dysphoria.
Hi, I’ve set up a monthly meet up in Mount Gravatt, Brisbane, Queensland. It is for women with Aspergers and … More
My eBooks are out now on Kindle! I mainly write memoir and poetry, and dabble in how-to guides and fiction.
Recently I read a post in that closed group that gave me a feeling of dread. It was an Autistic mother explaining how her kids ostracized her.