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
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
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!
This week has been quite the busiest week for individuals on the spectrum far and wide. We've seen a brave 16-year old Girl from across the pond strive and come to the states to press the needs for changing the way we think about the planet. We've heard of the middle schooler that was given … Continue reading Autism and Maturity