Am I or aren't I autistic? Definitely neurodivergent, possibly autistic, currently awaiting assessment.
A blog by an autistic person
Alone not lonely
a creative life on the spectrum
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This is a Kiracracy
Grief is a nasty game of feeling the weakest you have ever felt and morphing it into the strongest person you will have to become. Windgate Lane
Thoughts of a politically engaged, autistic person in Scotland
A blog about living with autism, Tourette syndrome plus (ADHD, dyspraxia & OCD), and Ehlers Danlos syndrome
Autistic, rambling about the world as the mood takes him. Aspergers, Depression, Anhedonia, Dysthymia. Occasional detours into travel, snakes and weird stuff. All views and opinions are my own. I've nobody else to blame!
Michael Ryan Hunsaker, Ph.D.
Gnomes, Hummingbirds, and Autism. Oh, my!
because I'm cranky and autistic
Coming to terms with Asperger's / high functioning autism spectrum disorder at the age of 56
A community for people who want to promote autistic involvement in autism research
Inside the mind of an Aspie
A personal exploration of autism from a brother’s perspective, including family relationships, philosophy, neuroscience, mental health history and ethics
Reflections, musing and rants from an intelligent and aware autistic who functions in the world.
Charting the experiences of autistic girls in and out of mainstream education
My life with Asperger's syndrome.
Masterpiece and work in progress
Autistic & living with chronic illness
Musings on my adult diagnosis of Aspergers
My boy, our lovely family and autism
"Trying to be someone else is a waste of the person that you are." Kurt Cobain
Mila always had a feeling of not belonging and this was true. This autobiographical blog is about a female in her mid thirties with Aspergers. She is struggling with her life and experienced bad things. She finds her self on a 15 year long journey to find herself and fight her inner demons and to clean up with her past. It's a stoney way through suffering, pain, death, illness, love, and hard work. Enjoy!
I can't dance but I sure can stim.
dealing with drama and childhood-related issues.
TRIUMPH OF SPIRIT IN LOVE, NATURE & ART
Hello, my name is Julia and I’m an adult living with a diagnosis of Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA). I also have a diagnosis of ADHD and Psychotic Episodes. PDA is a lifelong Pervasive Developmental Disorder and was first described by the late Prof. Elizabeth Newson in 1980. PDA is an Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Despite PDA being older than me (just) there are still massive gaps in its recognition, peoples’ understanding and its diagnosis by professionals. I’m one of the lucky ones and this is my story…….
and I did not speak out...until I did.
Investigating the Asperger Brain
Rebelling against a culture that values assimilation over individuality.
Life as an adult female with Aspergers.
all questions are welcome
trying to work out life, one day at a time
My battle to clean, de-clutter and refurnish home on budget..
An Autistic Dad Sharing Aloha and Advocating for a Better, More Accepting World for my Son and Autistics Everywhere.
An Autistic Indian-Canadian person discussing autism, neurodiversity, and other topics, and sharing his life experiences.
experiences as child and adult with a mother who has Aspergers Syndrome
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Rewriting my story as a late-diagnosed Aspie
Books, reviews and other interesting stuff from ARC Books, aka Alex R Carver
Gillan Drew: Writer; Aspie; Dad.