To be or not to be.

Heartfelt and oh-so familiar. A lot of this sounds exactly like what goes on in my head (sans the mum references, as I don’t have any kids).

A is for ...

This is my assessment “cover” letter. I was asked to write a page on why I believe I am Autistic. I wasn’t going to share it, but with the assessment a few days away and how raw I’m feeling I thought why not share it on here, maybe someone can relate and know they’re not alone. For some reason writing this overwhelmed me to the point of tears. I’ve never really had an issue with being honest, openness is a whole new ballgame for me (and I suck at ball games!) xx

Why I believe I am Autistic.This is harder than writing my autobiography. I don’t believe I am Autistic, but I don’t believe I’m not either. It’s something you are or you aren’t, that’s why I need official validation one way or the other. I’ve read your book I Am Aspienwoman, Samantha Craft’s Everyday Aspergers, Rudy Simone’s Aspergirls, Temple…

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