These days it feels like I’m in another country. Landscapes fall away and I float above them. Nothing is fixed and yet I feel more stable. Life’s problems abound, don’t get me wrong about that. No one has waved a magic wand. Yet it is possible to feel both lighter and more substantial. I haveContinue reading “Postcard from another place #autism”
And in the middle of life
that I am the odd one.
I’m only planning to do this once. I am finally at the end of the road of all my doubts about my neurology. Yesterday I was given a diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome by Dr Judith Gould of the Lorna Wing Centre. For those who don’t know, Dr Gould worked with Lorna Wing to developContinue reading “Asperger Syndrome and me.”