I hate having Aspergers Syndrome. (And a thank you to Twitter.)

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.)

Here’s why I love having Asperger’s.

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.

Why I use to dislike having Aspergers Syndrome. 

On this blog, I often write about my life, and how it has been impacted by being diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome. Nowadays, I'm quite happy with it; it's just a part of me what makes me 'me'. But I really use to dislike myself because of it. For this post, I wanted to write a … Continue reading Why I use to dislike having Aspergers Syndrome. 

Why promoting Asperger’s syndrome is important to me.

It wasn't too long ago that I was diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome; to be honest, it wasn't really a surprise. I was always the lonely kid, with their head stuck in a book, too knowledgable for their own good, and way too nosy too boot. But since then, promoting Aspergers Syndrome has become more and … Continue reading Why promoting Asperger’s syndrome is important to me.

13 things I love about having Aspergers Sydrome.

For a while now, I've felt sick and tired. Why? Because various people made me feel ashamed to be on the autism spectrum, when really, it has a lot of benefits. And, all the people I've met with ASD are pretty cool. I had to make a list as to why I love being on … Continue reading 13 things I love about having Aspergers Sydrome.

Here’s a stereotype that I’m sick of.

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.

50 things I’m grateful for.

Let's change the tune of this blog, if only for a day; lets be grateful! These are fifty things that I am grateful for, and I wish to inspire you to do the same. And these are in no particular order, please note. Being able-bodied. The day I was FINALLY diagnosed as having Aspergers Syndrome. … Continue reading 50 things I’m grateful for.

Why I love rock; a fan girls opinion. 

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. 

Here’s how I struggle with Asperger’s Syndrome.

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.

Autism is not the problem.

Good morning- For this post, I wished to explain my view on something. This has come up in conversation recently-and to be honest, it did upset me, just a little bit. "Autism is not a problem. It does not need to be cured. It does not need to be altered. It does not need to … Continue reading Autism is not the problem.

A note to fellow Aspergians like me.

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.

Frustrations of being an Aspergic teenager. 

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. 

What not to say to people with Aspergers Sydrome. 

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. 

Interview; Jessi Cat, the cat who unlocked a boy’s heart.

I'm not entirely sure how to introduce this interview, considering that it really is one of the funniest, and endearing ones I have done  yet. Jessi Cat is a four year old cat, who belongs to the Dillon household. One of the son's, called Lorcan, has Aspergers Syndrome, as well as selective mutism ; two disorders … Continue reading Interview; Jessi Cat, the cat who unlocked a boy’s heart.