Dishwasher

October 20, 2018 admin 0

The big event of the week thus far has been the installation of a new dishwasher after our old one stopped working reliably. My mom, […]

The Passage of Time

October 2, 2018 admin 0

My day-to-day life, in general, goes quickly these days. Although certain hours, days, or even weeks where I’m sick or in unusually-elevated pain drag on […]

Autistic Burnout

August 27, 2018 admin 0

One of the biggest risks of chronic camouflaging and trying to act the neurotypical part when you’re autistic is that it is so exhausting and […]

Stimming

August 24, 2018 admin 0

Stimming is a term used to describe self-stimulatory behavior that occurs in a repetitive fashion. While highly prevalent in autistic people, it’s not exclusively confined to […]

Autism Comorbidities

August 16, 2018 admin 0

The sunshine that graced us all day yesterday, coupled with my patience in allowing for the simple passing of time, has thankfully resulted in feeling […]

Emotional Regulation

August 13, 2018 admin 0

Last night, I seemed more disappointed that today was going to be Monday than usual. I certainly prefer weekends, but I also enjoy my weekday […]