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
Job hunting is surely going to be the death of me! After six months of laborious hunting, I am still no where near getting any kind of paid employment with either career jobs or even something trivial and mundane to keep my mind from fully exploding. Its tough for everyone at the moment, with severe … More The Trials and Tribulations of Job Hunting
After you have been given your diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome, you may feel slightly overwhelmed with negative feelings. However, if history is anything to go by having Asperger’s is actually a huge benefit that could help you propel further in whatever journey you decide to take during your life. There is a slew of famous … More Famous People with Asperger Syndrome
A brief introduction Asperger Syndrome is relatively new compared to other conditions having only been introduced in the 1980’s by acclaimed psychiatrist Lorna Wing. She was a specialist when it came to child development and was well known for acting as a pioneer for autism awareness around the world. It was decided that people considered … More What is Asperger Syndrome?
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