Taking the ‘pity’ out of ‘serendipity’ 

I’m somewhat embarrassed to admit that up until last night, I didn’t know what the word “serendipity” meant.  I actually … More

The Mirror [Creative Writing on the Asperger’s / autism spectrum]

Some of you who have become familiar with this blog (Thank You! 🙂 ) may have already stumbled upon the … More

Adult Asperger’s / autism discovery is kind of like the movie ‘The Matrix’…

In the movie ‘The Matrix’, the main character, Neo, is living what he believes to be a normal life.  He … More

Conformity does *not* make life “less difficult” for Asperger’s / autistic people

To frame this post properly… When wandering through the interwebs, I came across a forum of people who were all … More

The Unlearning process

After reading Sonia’s beautiful “The unlearning #autism” piece, I realized that a chord had irrevocably been struck.  (Sonia and her … More

Sometimes I don’t know what I’m feeling

“What are you feeling?” “I don’t know.” “What’s wrong? “I don’t know.” “Why are you crying?” “I have no idea.” … More

The depth of the (my) Asperger’s / autism ‘rabbit hole’

I’ve mentioned before that finding out that I’m autistic/an Aspie has felt like stumbling upon the code-key to my entire … More

Dear recently-diagnosed Aspie / autistic adults <3

(Image Credit: Keri Bowers, a co-founder of one of my favorite sites ever, The Art of Autism collaborative (an article … More

Friends on the Asperger’s / autism spectrum

Throughout my life, I’ve always had a hard time making friends.  I’ve always ever only had three good friends at … More