Perfectly Imperfect

The goal is not to be perfect; the goal is to be accepted for the imperfections.

Category: Friendship

The social department that never registers in my mind.

Vulnerability and Risk

Living abroad independently with (at least) a disorder (or condition, honestly I don’t mind however you call it, it’s just a descriptive word without having to host any negative meaning) turns our vulnerability into risk. Not Recognising You Need Help One of the risks is not recognising that you need help, especially in times of emergency. Something that any person is vulnerable to…

I Don’t Care!

We Alway Care I don’t believe that we will ever not care about what other people think of or see us. We can continue to live in the delusion that we don’t care, but this phrase ‘I don’t care’ is self-explanatory. If we cared enough to make a statement out of it, it clearly illuminates the opposite. It is exactly…

Facebook Dieting Lends Focus on Studies

The Guinea Pig You know, for some odd reasons, I have been the perfect guinea pig for all sorts of ‘newly introduced’ or ‘revamped’ educational projects. Throughout my formal and higher education, I almost always landed on the ‘first time’ projects so the academic segments have been fully uprooted, reshuffled and shoved back to the unfitting hole in the ground,…

Reviewing 2015, Year of Turbulence

07 February 2016 marked the one year anniversary since I moved to Perth. Although it would be more accurate to state that I have been through massive and drastic changes since February 2013, it justifies to say that in reviewing 2015, it was a year of turbulence. My Pandora bracelet tells the story of my new beginnings. It started on 08…

Autism: Keeping the World Out

Why does “social inclusion” play such a big part in intervention for Autism? It’s a no-brainer really. People with autism have significant difficulty in developing relationship/friendship with other people; the preferred mode is isolation. We Don’t Hate People We don’t hate people, in fact, many of us love people. We desire to build deep and meaningful relationships with other people.…

The Different Personas

For most people, there are the public and private personas – how you behave and be perceived in private and in public. I have two personas too, but not differentiated by these two categories. Some Friends Said… When I was being assessed for Asperger’s, now subsumed under Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), I sought out my old friends from my childhood and…

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