Way-finding with Autism, ADHD and OCPD

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As I continue to study my past now that I have received my diagnosis, I uncover strange and sad facts and patterns that clearly confirms why I had such a difficult life. I listed all the different houses I can remember since I was a child. I ended up counting 42 houses. That means I…… Continue reading Way-finding with Autism, ADHD and OCPD

What does Autism feel like?

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I am so happy to have stumbled onto this very appropriate explanation of what Autism feels like to her, wow! My Answer to the Question ‘What Does Autism Feel Like?’ Lori Sealy  •  FollowApril 21, 2016 One of the questions I’m most often asked by parents of people living with autism (and one of the questions I’m…… Continue reading What does Autism feel like?

Nominated at 12 to attend a School for the Gifted – Autism

Autism and Gifted

Body The human experience is one that has fascinated me for as long as I can remember. I had a difficult childhood which only Neurodivergent folk would be able to relate to. Confused, anxious, high-strung, always alert, always watching, always analyzing. I was a skinny kid with low muscle tone. My appetite was just enough…… Continue reading Nominated at 12 to attend a School for the Gifted – Autism

Autism and my favorite F-words

Autism and ADHD

My Favorite F-words I always had a hard time figuring out how to put a ‘life’ together. It was difficult to get a model in my head of the prefect life because the only way to get the necessary information would be to ask questions. Apparently I did this the wrong way. I lacked the…… Continue reading Autism and my favorite F-words

Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD resources

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Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD resources I use As you can imagine after a year navigating my new reality as a Neurodivergent, I need all the information I can get my hands on to prepare for what lies ahead. Autism and ADHD is such a complex world and that is why I appreciate the reference…… Continue reading Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD resources