I went and watched Toy Story 4 last week and came out of the cinema with a number of questions that relate directly to the meaning of existence. This came from the delightful and quirky new edition to the already booming roster of iconic characters in the form of Forky. The concept of Forky is … More What Does it Mean to Exist?
Content Writer Although people with Asperger Syndrome are usually more mathematically inclined, there are a whole host of content roles that require you to write very concise and structured pieces of writing. This is something I have done before and found the biggest benefit was the fact you could zone out and focus on something … More The Best Jobs for People with Asperger Syndrome
I’m starting to really hate the fact I have Asperger Syndrome. The condition has made the whole ordeal of life so unbearably difficult on occasions and I don’t know how many times I can claw my way out of incredibly depressive states. It’s not made easy by the fact my family are still fairly novice … More Puzzling Thoughts and Finding My Way
Within this blog post, you will be able to read through a short essay I put together for a trained medical professional to be able to work out any applicable diagnosis. This was written in January 2016 after enduring a horrific period of depression over the Christmas season. It turned out that some of the … More My Personal Diagnosis Notes
Now that we are in the very midst of exam season, I often look back at the times during my life where I have been overwhelmed with a wide selection of information that all needs to be processed at the same time. Our brain is powerful, but feeding it too much data is a sure-fire … More How to Avoid Brain Overload
This year has certainly proven to be one of the most challenging for me from an emotional point of view. There has been upheaval and unrest up to this point which has created a tidal wave of negativity and depression on a fairly regular basis. I guess life is one giant roller coaster ride with … More Dealing With a Setback
Secondary School is a place where people start to establish their identity and forge some sort of path for them to follow. This is a period that requires individuals to oversee a number of both physical and emotional changes which form the process of transitioning between being a child and a young adult. Unless you … More My Life During Secondary School
Your mind is incredibly powerful and is the centre point in which you make important decisions and form relationships with others. This is difficult for most people, let alone any individuals who have to navigate their way through the complexity of mental health. That’s why having some form of escapism is hugely important for anyone … More The Power of Escapism
Anyone with Asperger Syndrome is likely to develop some form of obsession through their lives as they try to add some much-needed comfort and stability to their routine. Its common for people to indulge into one very specific topic in which they will want to grow an in depth understanding and broad level of knowledge. … More What are your Obsessions?
Depression is at the very centre for anyone with a mental health condition and can really take a strangle hold over their ability to get through their day-to-day activities. In the case of Asperger Syndrome, the predicament is usually the result of sensory issues or anything related to human interaction. It can be incredibly tough … More The Best Ways to Combat Depression