If you are an Aspie you probably have a lot of things. Old stuff you cannot throw away.
Perhaps you collect things? I’ve heard examples of anything and everything from model airplanes, to plastic buckets, to rubber boots, to pictures of horses. Aspies seem to have the collector gene in spades!
As a consequence, you probably have a rather messy home. I know I used to. I had piles of things covering the floor, only leaving small “paths” snaking through the mess and connecting my bed, my computer, the kitchen and the hallway.
Given that an Aspie can get rather stressed out by a too cluttered surrounding or by not being able to find stuff, this is usually a problem that needs to be solved.
Continue reading Getting Organized
Things worth explaining are seldom that easy to explain.
I’m at it again!
After having installed WordPress Multisite I am able to run several blogs without the hassle of having to keep them all up to date!
So now I have moved, or am in the process of moving, some of my posts to other sites:
I hope you’ll enjoy the new blog just as much as the old! 😀
I’m suffering from a mild form of facial blindness. I’ve understood some Aspies does, but I also think some of the cases are linked to my ADHD.
My case is not as bad that I can’t figure out who killed who in a movie, but there are cases where I’m drawing a complete blank on a person’s face.
Continue reading Facial blindness
Even though I like to talk about my own experiences and discuss things from a personal perspective, I also want the scientific side of things.
For me scientific means things that has been peer reviewed and conclusions from experiments where I can study the method and figure out if there was any problems with the experiment.
I’ve come up with this category to keep my personal view and the more scientific discussion separated.
As of right now, the scientific outlook is a bit bleak… there are no posts yet… part from this post.