So, last year (2018) a few of us in the autistic community encountered the following image claiming that carrying a blue pumpkin for trick-or-treating signified that the person was autistic: However, in a world and especially an area where MANY individuals are ostracized for having a disability by the general community because of trying to… Continue reading The Blue Bucket
Month: October 2019
Reflections of a Meltdown
Note: Adapted from the article from the Aspergian and related to my last meltdown It wasn’t a bad day, in fact it was pretty good. I had worked out earlier in the day and it stormed in the morning, later I would learn that my parents had issues with their broadband service. They had called… Continue reading Reflections of a Meltdown
Teens’ Autonomy – A decision I took to advantage at that age that bites me today!
Note: The featured photo is my 8th Grade School photo, taken a few months before the behavioral health symptoms took me down the path of my recovery journey, I saw this linked to an Autism Adovacy blog ant thought the need to reference my story on that road two decades ago. Before a recent law… Continue reading Teens’ Autonomy – A decision I took to advantage at that age that bites me today!
Symptoms of Autism, mixed with symptoms Bipolar and the whole working thing
Recently, I came across an article on the website The Mighty about behaviors at work while experiencing symptoms of bipolar disorder. Myself having Bipolar for over 20 years, and now at this time accepting it more thought I should share my thoughts on thiis article as it relates to my recent weeks at work. As many… Continue reading Symptoms of Autism, mixed with symptoms Bipolar and the whole working thing
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Teaching religion - https://wp.me/p4Hu5X-2cU
Sensory Friendly Performance of “The Scarlet Letter”
Gifted Teens With Autism Connect With Like-Minded Kids At Math And Science Camp
2019’s Best & Worst Cities for People with Disabilities
Source: WalletHub Pittsburgh was #11 Article Source
Why I Don’t Like Halloween
Halloween is near Many find it exciting However I never wanted to believe Because I don't find it interesting Recently I went through my childhood photos that were my grandparents I have worn a multitude of costumes But for the last four years, I wore the same costume twice Why you ask, I never processed… Continue reading Why I Don’t Like Halloween
Truth Hurts. Oftentimes it's coubteracted with a attack on the person who says the truth about the person's issue. This especially comes into play if it is one about an addiction of any kind. My name is Dustin, and my addiction is Soda. For most of my adult years I would wake up in the… Continue reading Truth Hurts
365 days, 52 weeks
Note: This was abstracted from a post on Facebook that I wrote yesterday about my yearlong weight journey. Also looking for a series on holistic health (mind body and spirit) to be forthcoming.