If you’re a naturally pessimistic person like me, it’s easy to be stuck in your ways and only look at the bad days. I’ve had a pretty rough week. Our boiler died, I had to work long days unexpectedly and my health problems had been acting up. (although those were slowly improving as the week … Continue reading Acknowledging your growth
Unfortunately I couldn’t get Kaylirr’s Yin and Yang to a place where I was happy enough with it to post it. Instead have this post about why my mental health is spaghetti. I don’t know about you guys, but I had almost convinced myself that 2021 was going to be a better year than 2020 … Continue reading Mental health in 2021
And it was an amazing experience! So far my blog-type posts on this website have been more about general issues I’ve been wrestling with, and less about a single activity. This time however, I want to talk about something I did about a week ago, as of writing this. I currently intern at a secondary … Continue reading I taught a social skills lesson
One of the perks of high-functioning autism is that I’m generally decent at hiding my issues. I often get people who are surprised when I tell them about my autism. It’s not something I keep a secret by any means, but if it’s not relevant I won’t always bring it up either. This does result … Continue reading On being overestimated.