My thoughts on my experiences, cerebral palsy, autism symptoms, the neglect and how I got to this place will never leave me.
But I am determined to see all of my experiences as positive. They can never right a wrong because there’s simply too many, but it’s important I place each conversation, circumstance, judgment and experience so those don’t taunt me.
And for as many times as I have been judged, as many times again I have had to pick myself back up and reinvent myself. It was wrong for others not to say anything. It’s not something easily forgotten, because it went on for far too long.
What’s important is I got to change history, I didn’t give up, I found a way to document my experiences in the shape of my Diary. Through my experiences I have become stronger. I choose to look at my experiences to see what they’ve given me, rather than look at what I’ve lost.
My being able to write and articulate my thoughts in the shape of my blog, is a gift from my autism symptoms. All my symptoms (documented) are a part of me. Those will never change. It’s who I am.