The Too-Silent Wave (on social media)

(I have to get something off my chest.  I kind of dreaded posting this, because it might irk or offend some, … More

Why I’m still hiding my Asperger’s / autism from some people 

In the grand scheme of my life, my knowledge of my Neurodivergent neurological orientation is still fresh-ish.  After all, my … More

Relief and grief ~ the reality of adult Asperger’s / autism discovery

When one is diagnosed as Asperger’s/autistic (or otherwise realized to be on the spectrum) as an adult, an interesting dichotomy … More

The downside to being (autistic and) “bright”

“You’re so smart; why can’t you do this or that?” “You could have gotten an A, if only you’d done … More

Depathologizing Asperger’s / autism ~ In a way, neurotypical people might meet the criteria, too

Hang on – don’t (understandably) snarl just yet; keep reading. 🙂  This is not yet another ignorant “everybody’s somewhere on … More

My autism…

My autism blurs conventionally-sacred lines – between male and female, science and spirituality, logic/reason and intuition, childhood and adulthood, innocence … More

Three glances

Phrases like “at first glance” are fairly embedded into our lexicon.  How often you hear that may vary depending on … More

‘The cheese stands alone’ ~ (a neurodivergent paradox)

“The Farmer in the Dell” is a children’s song, usually sung in unison, in nursery or elementary/primary school. We sang … More