I’m an author and blogger.
My life changed when I was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome and ADD at the age of 28. Now I’m sharing insights on life on the spectrum as an #actuallyautistic adult.
Recent Blog Posts
Does marketing psychology work for consumers with an autistic brain? Are autistic people immune to commercials?
One of the horrors an autistic person faces is the possibility of ending up in a group…
A simple phone call can be anxiety-inducing for an autistic person. This is what the fear of phone calls as an autistic adult looks like.
Bipolar disease is a common misdiagnosis in neurodivergent women. Doctors failed to recognize the real reason behind my symptoms; autism and ADHD.
Unlike some autistic people, I don’t find comfort in logic. I don’t believe in logic. I believe in magic. Everything in the world is magical.
Alice in Wonderland is a perfect allegory of autism. Alice’s struggles in the bizarre reality of Wonderland are painfully relatable for an autistic person.