When I was a young boy, I had a big fear of fireworks,. One year the fire company would set off in our field because they had no where to set them off. Because of the loud noises that were produced, this caused a great deal of anxiety in the summer, especially when near firework displays that I would make life miserable for my family.
Both Depression and Anxiety have been giving me a swift kick during the pandemic.
We grow up as young boys and girls We're told that we are to befriend our peers Many of peers on peers in school charter these scary waters for the first time we snarl. For we are doing only what we are told. We're included in mates birthday's Some are just with us boys, some … Continue reading The Network
Adapted from The Mighty Which came first? The anxiety or the autism? For me, was always classified as a "worry wart" as a child before receiving my Aspergers Diagnosis at the age of 13. My anxiety manifests in many different ways. I have a lot of trouble driving anxiety as well, especially when I’m going … Continue reading When Autism and Anxiety Go Hand in Hand
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
Recently on Facebook, I seen a post where a picure of a child was pictured laying on the floor underneatht table, it mentioned ADHD and Anxiety, which alot of times go hand in hand with individuals on the spectrum, however it is referred to as the "Coke Can effect" and while the majority of behaviors … Continue reading The Coke Can Effect