Monthly meltdown

Yup, it's that time of the no no, not my period but my meltdown. I'll have at least one every month. When I was younger I used to describe it as 'I have to cry randomly sometimes otherwise my tears build up and overflow'. Now I guess I have an explanation? So it's just... Continue Reading →


My mood has peaked

It's official. My mood has reached it's peak. All I can think is 'how long will this last'. Truthfully, I never want it to end. Autumn is my favourite time of year so maybe that's why I'm on anti-depressant medication so maybe that's why I have control of my college project so maybe that's why... Continue Reading →

A list of comforts

When I've become run down and unable to do anything, I have to be comforted. I prefer to be in my room which I've found to be my own personal bubble where things are kept how I like. Here's some things that I find comforting in times of struggle: Pressure. Not mental pressure as in... Continue Reading →

An open letter of explanation

I'm here to simply explain myself. Whether you want to hear that is up to you but I do feel I have to since I'm a little wired up differently Firstly, I'm quiet because I'm scared. I'm afraid of a lot of things and get anxious about multiple things. If I'm quiet and barely talk... Continue Reading →

Sensitivity (pt1?)

As an autistic person, I'm rather sensitive to many things. These things didn't become too apparent until I was a teenager (which is when my autism showed more and I was able to get diagnosed). Here's sounds that bother me: Large crisp packets with the little packets in them you get what I mean yeah? Pots... Continue Reading →

First dose of medication

Today marks the first day of my first prescription, only two days after my 17th birthday. I somehow found the courage to visit the doctor's alone (Dad took me because no way in hell would I go alone-alone, but I spoke to the doctor alone). I was surprised when I was actually prescribed with anti-depressants,... Continue Reading →

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