It’s difficult to see the benefits of being autistic when it’s the accumulation of negatives overtime that make life so Continue reading
If you want to know more about autism then ask an autistic person – like me!
My name is Cameron – and I am autistic (“Hello Cameron!”). I am open to discussion and helping others. In fact, I considered pursuing a PhD related to assisting autistic adults, completed tons of research and planning, but came to the honest conclusion that I have enough trouble dealing with my own problems, let alone taking on everyone else’s. I’ve been told many times that I take on too much and I overwork myself, because I do not want to let other people down. Anyway, that brings me to this blog; I have not (could not) given up completely on sharing my wealth of experience and helping others, whether on the spectrum or not. Thus, I’ve collected all my responses to questions, comments and concerns from various Facebook groups I belong to; simple format – Q and A. In addition, you’ll find my perspectives on the world around us, as seen through an autistic lens.
Thanks for having a look into my world and I hope you enjoy your visit!
I think people stating that “everyone is on the spectrum” or “maybe I’m a bit autistic too” (when they exhibit Continue reading
I’ve been seeing countless men in bibs tearing up roads and putting up buildings. They’re everywhere! Nice to see so Continue reading
I just printed this off and mailed it to Queen’s Park. Having just moved back to Ontario, after 12 years Continue reading
One of the more frequent questions I encounter is: what are some good books about autism? Since being diagnosed with Continue reading
Recently, in a Facebook group for people with ASD, someone asked the question: does anyone else forget how to sleep? Continue reading
Recently, someone in an ASD Facebook group wondered what we thought about self-diagnosis. They wondered how much importance we placed Continue reading
I like how this was posted on Facebook without comment, leaving it completely up to the viewer to interpret. Continue reading