Okay, as many of you will realise from my title, I'm a fan of Game of Thrones, I like both the books and the tv series, though with every season they become more and more separate. This post isn't really about either, however, so sorry to those who have found there way here because of... Continue Reading →
World Mental Health Awareness – I Don’t Want Awareness (I Want Acceptance)
I have to agree with this, I don't want to have to explain myself to people, I want them to understand what my condition is, why I am the way I am, and to give some consideration to the difficulties I have dealing with social situations.
Sometimes I wonder why I've chosen writing as a career. Okay, so I haven't exactly 'chosen' it, I've been writing for most of my life, I believe I'm better than average at it, and I have been out of work for a while so it seems sensible to try and make a living out of... Continue Reading →
Aspie Sean Week 6: “Aspie’s & Sensory Issues”.
I can so relate to this. If I could hide from the world, I would.
I just knew today was going to be a bad day when I had to get up early for an appointment I didn't want to go to and found the weather overcast and rubbish. I followed that up by burning my pop-tarts and having to endure a series of very personal questions at my appointment... Continue Reading →
100 Things To Do If You’re Sad
I just found this awesome list, it made me smile just reading it. Dear Reader, I advise you to do these things on rainy days (I’m not talking about the weather). Bookmark this article or link it or whatever the kids are doing these days, and open it when you’re f… Source: 100 Things To... Continue Reading →
Off the Spectrum – How Autistic Are you?
I'm in the process of sorting out an assessment (I have autism/aspergers but have no idea the extent of it) so this was quite interesting.
Sad is bad!
I have sad. No, you didn't misread that, and you grammar Nazis of the 'net don't need to try and tell me those three worse are wrong; when I say 'I have sad' what I mean is that I have Seasonal Affective Disorder, commonly known as sad, also known as the winter blues. Seasonal Affective... Continue Reading →