For us late diagnosed adult women, our lives were spent battling to fit ourselves into a world that doesn’t feel like it belong to us. And if you are like me, you feel as though they were their own worst enemy. “I can’t fit in because I’m weird.” “They don’t include me because I’m awkward.” Continue reading “Self-Advocacy is an Invaluable Tool in the Workplace”
Jane texted back and declined my lunch invitation because she would be out of town again. As I offered other weekend options, she claimed to be out of town every weekend for the next month. Funny, considering that she was out of town the last three times, I asked her to meet up with me. OnceContinue reading “Friendships with Aspies are Different”
I learned early on in my life that I am never right. I am always wrong. Always acting wrong, always dressing wrong, always saying the wrong things, just always wrong. I have Asperger’s Syndrome as known as high-functioning autism. While I always knew that something was different about me, it wasn’t until last year, atContinue reading “To Aspie or Not to Aspie? That is the Question”
It was the fifth night in a row that I found myself sitting on the floor of the shower, legs folded under my chin and arms hugging my knees. Rocking myself, I sang “My Favorite Things” between whimpers as tears mingled with the warm water puddling around my feet. I was having an autistic meltdownContinue reading “Seeking a Diagnosis: Thanks to the Pandemic”
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Hi, I’m Sarah. I’m a wife, mother of two, and work a full-time day job. When I’m not spending time with my family, I’m usually writing, reading, quilting, or dabbling in photography!
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