Thoughts

Moving On: The Light at the End of the Tunnel

In September, I made the most significant choice of my life so far - I began college. For my international readers, this is an alternative choice for the two years at school, where different courses are offered to the exam-based ones found at school. I'd found a course that I was so excited to begin,… Continue reading Moving On: The Light at the End of the Tunnel

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A Guide To: · Autism Info

A Guide To: Meltdowns

Meltdowns are a huge part of life as an autistic person. They are often misunderstood, misinterpreted and cited as reasons that autistic people need curing or are childish. In reality, with the right understanding, meltdowns can be understood, remedied and even prevented. All you need is a comprehensive idea of what's happening, and I think… Continue reading A Guide To: Meltdowns

Autism Info · reflections

Rollercoaster: My Experience with Alexithymia

The past week has been an absolute rollercoaster of emotions for me. This due to circumstances both expected and unexpected but this doesn't necessarily make it easier for me to deal with them. I have alexithymia and I don't understand my emotions very well. The word 'alexithymia' stems from three Greek root words. The first… Continue reading Rollercoaster: My Experience with Alexithymia