My Traumatic Adolescence (Part 1)

Up until I was eight years old, my family lived in a semi-community type suburban street. I lived across from and near where friends at my elementary school lived. The house me and my parents lived in was actually a duplex that was owned by the family that lived upstairs from us. But from the […]

Another Message I Recently Sent In A Twitter DM.

“So this has been on my mind a little bit lately. I keep seeing on the news about how Americans are moving further to the left and Trump supporters are decreasing. Good thing right? Absolutely. And I am happy about that. But does it change how people like me with autism get treated or more-so […]

How Twitter Saved My Life (Part 3)

Just having that boost of confidence from talking to one caring person on the My Disability Matters site made it much easier for me to get myself over to the Behavioral Health office and use this new appointment as the opportunity to self advocate for myself to get officially diagnosed with Bipolar. When I met […]

How Twitter Saved My Life (Part 2)

On the first day I started off my new Twitter account, the app suggested I customize my profile by following 60 or more famous people that fall under three categories that interest me. Thinking this will grow my web traffic I followed around 100 people right away which were automatically picked by Twitter when I […]