This blog started out detailing my return to med school after a crippling depression that forced me to drop out for a few years. Having succeeded in finishing med school, this blog now holds accounts of my everyday (mis)adventures as a medical resident.
I hope to inspire people that think their being on the spectrum might prevent them from achieving things (academical or not) in life. I'm not saying anyone can achieve something just by wanting it hard enough, I'm just saying being an Aspie can work for you, as well as against you. I also hope to make people laugh, or softly chuckle. Or, you know, elicit some mild amusement at least.
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