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  1. autism-and-autotune

    Is the notion of writing a memoir silly?

    Since my diagnosis, I've been indulging in memoirs of fellow individuals with Autism. The first couple books I read with my fiancee include Unmasking Autism by Devon Price (much recommended!) and But you Don't Look Autistic by Bianca Toeps. On the docket is one book by Temple Grandin (her...
  2. Valya81

    A Paint Splattered Life

    This blog is a collection of writings and poems from my past and present. I think putting them in some order may help myself see the ebb and flow of my life. Maybe something will resonate with you too. I haven't kept up with a blog for very long, so I'm not making any promises to myself or you...
  3. rach3rd

    Can We Truly Be Our Authentic Self?

    I was just diagnosed with autism today. I have been reading and of course "obsessing" about the topic since I first got a high score on an online test. I am married to a NT partner with two kids. I am just now learning a lot of the "lingo". One of the things that I am most concerned about is...
  4. M

    As an Aspie/Autie do you know who you are?

    In my life, looking back at the past I've found that my personality is malleable and not quite real. At school I was student, working I was various things, artist, chef, salesperson, waitress, newspaper carrier, babysitter. Have held a lot of jobs in my life, and during that time I identified...
  5. Cogs Of My Cranium


    I'm 32 and I still feel like my life has no definition or identity. I haven't worked in years and my hobbies are not as strong as they used to be. I actually feel I'm losing myself rather than getting a stronger sense of self. Has anyone else felt like this and what did you do to begin a process...
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