Moving can be challenging enough for “normal” neurotypical people, even the healthy ones. So what to do when you have to move and you are not “normal” and are also very seriously ill? Not only do I have Lyme disease but I also have Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Syndrome. One jackass wearing Axe in a room … More Autism, Lyme and CMS moving and moving tips!
Feeling angry today. I have spent most of the last month a) seriously ill and b) more isolated than ever. One big lesson this month is that Facebook is really and profoundly a waste of time. It’s all social and no networking. You can talk about your kitty and get a million hits; and … More Zero tolerance policy for hypocrites
Let me tell you about one of the advantages to being Aspergers/High Functioning Autistic. I can have a truly phenomenal and happy day. And all I have to do is quit trying. I can allow myself to forget all the social conventions and all of society, I don’t have to think about Steve or the … More Disability? Really?