Perfectly Imperfect

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

Tag: compassion

Asperger’s Diary – Train Myself to Train Other NTs

The Keen Passion I have always wanted to study psychology. It’s no surprise. Long before I was formally diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome Disorder, I have always knew I am painfully different (I am trying to make a distinction here to dismiss the trendy ‘different’ used by people who desperately want to be unique). Being different has been painful, because the majority…

Asperger’s Diary – Hope for Compassionate Nation

A New Perspective Having spent some time in Denmark, and ‘mingled’ with people on the autism spectrum, met and heard about the work of the social workers and psychologist, and being back in Singapore where continuous sensory overload is present even in the ‘comfort’ of home, I start to ponder over and evaluate this nation and society I am bred…

Happiness comes in multilayered and depths of existence

Exams and Stress Exams are just days away. “Stress” was discussed briefly in last evening’s lecture. My stress level caused by examinations, honestly, it’s 0-1; 1 being the fact that the orders that came through the emails may not be attended to and customers may not have noticed the banner and announcement, otherwise, I don’t get stressed by exams. Exams…

Durian for Lunch | Leading to Deeper Thoughts

Mum bought packs of durian yesterday. She has been super generous with her ‘sharing’ since her small windfall. I am not stopping her, even though the way this goes, the windfall may sometimes escalate into a bad spending habit and deplete her savings. It’s her money, I never really interfered into how she manages her finances. It’s strange that when…

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