Looking back on when I started this blog. Reflecting on the discovery of my Autism and the negative things that were all over the Internet.
I was worn down and depressed. Eventually, after the shock from all the negativity wore off, I began to look for positive people and articles.
Almost everything positive was coming from Aspies. Watching my positive peers helped me to shake off my darkness, but finding all of their videos had been difficult. Search engines seems to prefer big organizations over small blogs.
It should be easier for people looking online to find this first hand information – straight from the Aspie’s mouth.
We know what we are talking about. 😉
I started to collect posts that inspired me and began to look for new inspiring Autistics online.
Writing out my feelings helps me to put them into words.
It’s funny, despite being told that I am a fairly decent writer, I do not think in words in a very typical sense. Really I am a more visual thinker.
I can type out words if left alone to think, but having another person around can send my words flying out the window. Typing is therapy. Speaking is work.
This therapy saved me as I collected videos and articles that I wished I would have seen early in my Autism journey.
I wanted to create a life preserver. If you happen to be lucky enough to find me, you will also find the biggest collection of links to other amazing Autistic people online.
Nobody should drown in negative information. I hope that you use this site as a lighthouse in the dark. Shining the paths to many amazing voices.