This post-or the idea of-came to me after a long day, when everything just seemed to be going wrong, and I couldn't seem to match up to what would be expected of me. This post does not reflect what I think generally overall; it reflects what I felt at the time. I hate having Aspergers Syndrome; I … Continue reading I hate having Aspergers Syndrome. (And a thank you to Twitter.)
Over on several blogs I've seen several Bloggers posting their original poetry. So, here's one I wrote myself-I don't recall doing so-which I thought I should post it. I believe I wrote this whilst thinking about how hard it is to make friends, being a teenager with Aspergers Syndrome; a friend comes to mind when … Continue reading ‘They Said I Was A Freak’; a poem to a friend.
I know what you're thinking: "What's she on about now?" I'm tired of being told indirectly that I should feel shame for having Asperger's-such as being mocked for my dull voice, mimicked in my knowledge, or people trying to force eye contact to make me feel uncomfortable. Because being on the autism spectrum is pretty … Continue reading Here’s why I love having Asperger’s.
Disclaimer: this post is about my experience of Aspergers Syndrome, and is relative to my own experience. But I cannot take responsibility for any action taken as a result of reading this. I'm tired. Really I am. And not in the 'physical sense'. I am SICK and tired of being stereotyped, based on my ASD. Rainman isn't the … Continue reading Here’s a stereotype that I’m sick of.
"What does it feel like to have Aspergers?" It's a question that I've been asked previously, and one that I've struggled to respond to. To have Aspergers is completely subjective, as it's a condition that's on a Spectrum; so what I may write in this post may differ from the experience of other people. It … Continue reading “What does it feel like to have Aspergers?”
As part of my blog content, you can probably see that I'm starting to cover music. Music is a part of my lifestyle-so that I listen to it everywhere I go, collect Vinyl, interview musicians, etc. But I'm often asked "why do you like Rock?" (because, well, I have Aspergers, and noise doesn't compute well, … Continue reading Why I love rock; a fan girls opinion.
For all of my posts about Asperger's Syndrome, I haven't really posted about what I struggle with, as a direct result of the condition. Because being positive matters, right? (Please don't tell me otherwise.) But I wanted to post more than just a superficial impression, and what it is I struggle with most. People: … Continue reading Here’s how I struggle with Asperger’s Syndrome.
Let's just have an honest chat, shall we? From the 'aspergic' blogger whose blog you've been reading, to you, the presumably neurotypical reader. (Or maybe you're a fellow 'Aspergian'-in that case, welcome! You are among friends here 😃) Having Aspergers Sydrome is hard; over on Twitter, I saw one parent saying that her son refers … Continue reading A note to fellow Aspergians like me.
Disclaimer: This post is entirely subjective to my own opinions, and own hallmarks of the spectrum of ASD. I do not claim to be a Doctor or medical professional. Rather, this post is just my opinion, not intended as a guide or advisory. I cannot take responsibility for anything that happens as a result of … Continue reading Frustrations of being an Aspergic teenager.
Disclaimer: I am merely a student blogger on the internet, without any medical qualifications. I do not intend to blog in any advisory manner, so whatever you do after reading these posts are at your own risk. I cannot take responsibility for whatever infaction that may occur. It has been just over two years since … Continue reading Empathy And ASD: Why I Disagree With The Lack Of Empathy Stereotype.
As a follow on from my Aspergers Sydrome related series's of posts, I thought it may be best to follow this up with a post about sensory issues. Now, Disclaimer: I have never claimed to be a Doctor, or someone with any qualification in medicine. So, whatever you undertake after reading this post is at your … Continue reading Explaining sensory issues.
Following on from my aspiration to be like Nicole from Thrifty Vintage Fashion, I wanted to write this post. Ever since I was diagnosed as having Aspergers Sydrome, there's been a few comments which I'm not really sure how to describe. Combining some, I've come up with a list of things of what not to … Continue reading What not to say to people with Aspergers Sydrome.
As I've said for about four years now-out of the five I've been running this-I've written about Lifestyle. This is an aspect of my lifestyle that I have written about indirectly, never fully in a post; I have Aspergers Sydrome. I was diagnosed in January 2015-after a long time waiting-and I think it deserves its … Continue reading Living with Aspergers Sydrome; here is what I’ve learnt.