After my July 27th Counselling appointment, I took a step back to reflect on a month of weekly appointments I had with my Aunt Wendy ─ a loving term I have given to my Counsellor, who truly felt like instant family from session one. I had big fears about what we were set to talk about, … More Finding the Right Counsellor
It feels so weird to be happy. After a particularly damning battle with my depression, I’m finding myself feeling like a girl on fire ─ passionate, and ready to take on the world. You see, anxiety is the devil on your metaphorical shoulder that says all kinds of things to disturb with your mind. I … More Changing of the Seasons
Traditionally speaking, it is safe to assume that men are allowed the most leeway in terms of how they are allowed to act. Females, on the other hand, are typically expected to act “ladylike” and “feminine.” Fortunately, we have several million progressive minds out there who are encouraging women of all ages to push past … More A Guide to Being an Autistic Woman
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?