I’ve just read one of the most profound books. The Reason I Jump is about a nonverbal boy with autism, the author at the time of writing was only 13 years old. He goes in to depth about autism and the way people treat him and the way people treat autism in general. It perfectly … Continue reading The Reason I Jump
Ok so it wasn’t that adventurous, I went to The Deep in Hull! I’ve not been for years and my obsession with the sea and lights and penguins... well it made sense to go! I felt like I was floating, the crowds and the noises didn’t matter because I was in awe of all the … Continue reading Adventure time!
I used to be embarrassed about being on the spectrum and I’d find myself making my traits worse by trying to be ‘normal’. Think of it like a pressure cooker, I need to release my steam slowly and safely otherwise I’ll end up exploding. I’m pushing myself to do more things which include being independent … Continue reading Speaking up