Don't know what is happening but it feels good and I hope it lasts more than a couple of days.
I believe this process of knowing about Autism brought light to my life. I feel I am regaining my self-confidence and self-estime; I understand better my behaviours and thoughts and embrace them as part of who I am instead of rejecting them as an anomaly. Where before I saw limitation and error now I see possibilities if I just allow myself to be how I am!
This I believe is opening the door to creativity: I feel more free to share with people what my interests are and therefore I feel less depressed and I was even able to make a list of goals, why: because now I start seeing who I am and want.
I feel very grateful right now
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