Tag: Mental health

5 quick lists on Aspergers Syndrome

Below you are going to find 5 quick lists on Aspergers Syndrome, but I do need to point out that – like anything else on this blog – this is Aspergers from my point of view. I cannot and will not speak for others. I can only say many with the diagnosis will recognize some or all of these – but not everyone. Use the following as a conversation piece, self-reflexion, guide etc. Ready?!  Set!…

By Linda V. Lind November 26, 2018 6

Where do I belong? – the conundrums of the Spectrum

It’s a little more than a year ago since I got my late diagnosis of Aspergers Syndrome. A little more than a year has passed since a kind psychiatric doctor tried to explain to me what autism meant and how it could express it self and I couldn’t take any of it in, because the words “Aspergers Syndrome” and “not curable” kept ringing in my head and dancing in lime green colours before my eyes. …

By Linda V. Lind November 21, 2018 2

No Smoking Field Report/part 6/1 month

So here’s a little quickie for you as I am on the bus to work, my first week of having TWO work days at Special Minds – AAAHHH!!! So this is me in the morning, remembering my glasses and a scarf to cover up that Big Boob Problem that usually means you have to buy clothes one or two sizes larger if you want to be able to button a shirt or a dress, if…

By Linda V. Lind November 13, 2018 2

Week of Sensory Badassery

It has been one helluva week! The scedule for this week, blog-wise, is somewhat insane – or it was until I decided to do this combo-post where I’m kinda collecting all the awsomeness into one. It has still been somewhat insane, considering I also went to a WordPress MeetUp, had prolonged hours at work, dentist appointment… all of which to regular folk sounds like a bit of a bother, but any fellow autistics out there…

By Linda V. Lind November 9, 2018 2