Not an easy article to write, but one which I think needs to be written. All about autism and how it affected me and my life, and how I experience it. I was diagnosed at age 32 as on the spectrum, so I lived a whole youth of not knowing.
“One of those days.” We’ve all had them, you barely manage to wake up, your brain is a complete fog, you try to wipe your arse with your toothbrush and brush your teeth with toilet paper. Even though the sun is shining outside, everything looks dark to you and curling up in the foetal position,Continue reading “My Life and Executive Dysfunction”