I know many autistic people who have attended university. I did not. Continue reading You Can’t Be Autistic Because. . . You Went to University
This week I reflect on self-esteem, how my life’s been thought out its ups and downs. Continue reading On the Matter of Self-Esteem
I’ve been rolling these thoughts around in my head for months. Continue reading My Wish
I will admit that I’d been putting off making this video when it was requested almost a month ago. I had a lot to think about. It’s taken me several weeks to gather my thoughts but here they are. Neurodivergent Rebel’s relationship advice. Continue reading Requested Content – Relationship Advice
A friend once said to me that she remembered that I “wasn’t good at anything” when we were kids. This week I talk about what’s changed over the years. Continue reading Zero to My Own Hero – The Evolution of Me
In last week’s video I spoke about my experience with bullies. Some viewers commented on online bullies, inspiring this video talking about internet bullying and not taking things personally. Continue reading Let’s Talk About Internet Bullies
I’ve had run-ins with quite a few bullies over the years. Now, as I am getting older and wiser, I’ve learned to avoid bullies. How do I do this, by not allowing them into my life. (This was much harder to do in school.) Continue reading Let’s Talk About Bullies
I’ve got an exciting update! I read each and every comment, email, and question. However, don’t always have time to respond back to them all. To make things more efficient, I’m going to start answering your questions in my videos! Continue reading Answering YOUR Questions!
Written words are enchanting magic spells, casting thoughts out into the wider world. As I relax into a quiet space behind my keyboard something miraculous happens.
Many people complain about how much they hate writing papers, but my experience with writing (typing) has been very different. Continue reading Coming Home – The Road to Writing
Life is more enjoyable when you aren’t preoccupied with being somewhere else (of in my case somewhen). Living in the future causes anxiety and stops you from seeing the joys right in front of you. I know this now but it took thirty years to figure this out. Continue reading Wanting to Be Older