How do you cope? I need space to be alone. If I'm out in public when it happens, I have to find somewhere to sit down, to be quiet. I can't be hugged. I can't be touched. Its like a feeling of wanting to get out of where I am at that moment, to get … Continue reading How Do You Cope With Meltdowns?
Yesterday was a particularly bad day. For various reasons. But, to be fair, it's been a pretty shocking time of things at the moment because of Brexit. It's really affected me, in more ways than one. I've always had mental health issues, on top of Aspergers. All I see on Facebook, on Twitter, everywhere. It … Continue reading Mental Health…
Well, I thought I would share some of my favourite food. So here's some links to the things I think are amazing. Not necessarily healthy but, who cares! ITS GOOD FOOD! Bread dumplings. Just give me the dumplings.BREAD DUMPLINGS Wiener schnitzel. For gods sake, bash the sh*t out of the meat and make it as … Continue reading Sharing My Fave Foods
I took the family to see some friends who have flown out for a few days. We spent the day together and M got the chance to play pool. It was ADORABLE! Watching him talk to our friends, who doesn't know very well, but he stood there and joked, no eye contact, just being super … Continue reading That Adorable Awkwardness
My Traits I've always know I was a little bit different; or "odd" and "strange" as I've been told on different occasions by people. (As if I had absolutely no feeling at all. I do. It still hurts.) Growing up I found it hard to make friends. I was always the outsider. People didn't warm … Continue reading Different? No, unique!
Today we reflect on those who've lost their lives to anti-transgender violence and discrimination. Life shouldn't be a fight against societal norms. Humans are diverse. We are made to be different. Just because someone isn't assigned their true gender doesn't mean it's wrong. It doesn't make them any less valid. And you shouldn't be afraid … Continue reading Transgender ❤
I carry soft squishy ear plugs in my handbag all the time. Either I use them, J uses them or very occasionally M uses them. (we don't share lol ewwwww they're the disposable ones!) I know they're not for everyone, some people don't like the have anything in their ears. We did have a pair … Continue reading Sensory Issues and Food