If you are someone on the autism spectrum, then I would like to formally invite you to take part in a dissertation project being undertaken by a third year University Student at Easton College in Norfolk. The project is aiming to identify how eco-therapy could be beneficial for anyone on the autism spectrum. Your responses … More Autism/Asperger Dissertation Open Call
After hearing the rather heart-breaking news that Spiderman is all but surely going to depart the MCU, I was left thinking about the sort of impact this type of character has had on me and how they can have an effect with anyone on the Spectrum. Having superheroes to look up to and worship is … More Why Heroes are so Important
Even at the age of just 25, I have been through a number of incredibly difficult periods in my life which have tested my resolve to no end. Looking back is a painful exercise for me when considering how much of my past has been blighted with periods of depression leading to incredibly harmful setbacks. … More Why You Shouldn’t Dwell On The Past
Having any kind of condition whether physical or mental is certainly going to provide its challenges, but there is also cause to believe that certain aspects of life are made easier as a result of being on the spectrum. Most people who have some form of Autism take sizable amounts of time mulling over how … More Are There Benefits to Having Asperger Syndrome?
In a World filled with hateful people and stressful situations, we are always looking for effective ways to dishevel some of the negative feelings that start to engulf our mind and well-being. Most would typically turn to prescribed medication or some form of exercise to break away all the negativity that starts to swirl within … More Can Owning a Dog Enhance Your Well-Being?
Given the fact I have spent most of this year applying for jobs and attending interviews, I thought it would be prudent to draw on my experiences to provide some tips and advice for anyone that struggles with the less than pleasant ordeal of job hunting. Getting an interview is actually the hard part, but … More Advice for Job Interviews
It’s been a fairly horrific year for myself having struggled to land full-time employment and enduring long periods of both anxiety and depression. There has been a real lack of focus and any kind of forward thinking on my part which has created feelings of both worthlessness and despair. I needed to do something and … More The Benefits of Volunteer Work
Social Media is one of the largest scale phenomena to ever take a stranglehold over society as we know it. The entire concept is both frightening and fascinating, creating brand new ways for people to engage with each other and delve even deeper into the way the World currently operates. Although there are a number … More The Perils of Social Media
The Harry Potter series sparked an entire generation of imagination and thrills with some of the very best world building and storytelling there has ever been. The books are filled with incredibly rich characters and the settings are both wondrous and mesmerising. There is no question that J.K Rowling excelled at creating something that will … More Asperger Themes in Harry Potter
Over the course of the last few weeks I have gone through a series of tortuous panic attacks that have hampered my ability to think or get anything done. They are such a huge burden to have, especially considering the abundance of other things to worry about as a result of Asperger Syndrome. There is … More Living with Panic Attacks