Perfectly Imperfect

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

Tag: distinction

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…

Olive Oil is Healthier, Not Healthy

What did you have for lunch today? I normally have wholemeal biscuits with black tea. Today, my mother decided to cook for lunch. We had fried vegetarian bee hoon. See, I don’t always like Asian fried food, they tend to be too oily, and my gastric doesn’t do great with excessive oil. The lunch was tasty with home-cooked chili and…

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