There’s something peculiar about summer, besides the obvious concepts of higher temperatures and the longer daylight hours. There’s an amped-up-ness, … More
Autism, introspection, and fulfillment
I’ve decided to escape the confines of the office environment for a little while. In what may or may not … More
The Aspie gypsy
I’m feeling reminiscent today. Maybe it’s because the calendar has swung around to the right marker in time. Or maybe … More
Oh my gosh, how do I do this? I’m at a loss, confused, and alone, the latter of which I … More
Damned if I do, damned if I don’t
My experience as an Asperger’s/autistic person is sometimes a confused existence. I’m not sure if I’ll ever “get” the unwritten … More
Distant or cautious?
One of the most pervasive myths about Asperger’s/autism is that we’re all distant and aloof. This is especially true about … More
When do I get to be me? [autistic poetry]
Another one came right after the first one. Here it is 🙂 — Just a face in the crowd Would … More
Ever-loving when? [autistic poetry]
I’m publishing this from my mobile; it’s that fresh. 🙂 For this one, you might want the song by Better … More
Alexithymia during an emotional breakdown…?
Yep, it’s happening now. Life sometimes has a way of piling up behind–and on top of–me. The old familiar sensation … More
The ABCs of social awkwardness
When writing the notes for my previous post about unsuccessful mimicking, my brain diverted suddenly, off on a tangent, kind … More
Looking in the mirror ~ How I measure up against Tania Marshall’s “Asperger’s in young girls / preschool” list, Part 3
This is the third and last post in my “Tania Marshall ~ first signs of Asperger’s in young girls (preschool)” … More
Constructing a Timeline of Life: my Aspie-flavored autobiography, Part 2 of 3
This is the second installment of my Asperger’s-tinted autobiography. As stated in Part 1, I’m writing this for (at least) … More
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