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life stories

  1. shinobi

    Dealing with Meltdowns/Shutdowns

    My question is, how do you cope? I still struggle even to this very day when everything overwhelms me. I've had grown adults making fun of me in public, labeling me as a "spoiled brat" and demanding me to be taken to hospital to be "drugged and locked up". Usually when people approach me...
  2. Ieva

    just realized this is the first time I'm sharing my life story to others+ SURVEY -I NEED YOU OPINION

    Not a good thing to start with negative, but I hate traditional education system. I have always hated it, always trying to avoid it, running home to do something more meaningful. I could not concentrate to learn, I was just existing at school, and when I was home I was reading, learning and...
  3. Ameriblush

    Remembering years of bullying.

    Lately I've been having flashbacks of the days when I got bullied in school. They range from the typical teasing, to having things thrown at me, gossiped about, falsely accused of vandalism, being called mentally challenged, 'roasted' by the entire classroom when I had done nothing wrong or...
  4. Tulipa

    It's really hard to reconsider the life

    Hi everyone I wanna tell you my story and it's hard to me, because I can't describe my feelings even to my psychologist. English is my second language, sorry for the mistakes c: I was always a soldier. I felt like one, because I have been fighting with my weaknesses. I thought everyone has hard...
  5. OuterSpaceBoy

    Looking back on the first two years after my AS diagnosis

    Hello everybody, I’ve written a little piece reflecting on the first two years after my AS diagnosis. If anyone’s interested, please have a look: https://medium.com/@OuterSpaceBoy/everything-changes-nothing-changes-a0bc211ed45e#.r9follwnv
  6. M

    The Human Library - Meeting people

    The Human Library™ is designed to build a positive framework for conversations that can challenge stereotypes and prejudices through dialogue. The Human Library is a place where real people are on loan to readers. A place where difficult questions are expected, appreciated and answered. This...
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