When I personally think of relaxation as such, with calming the mind and body at times of recharging I tend to think about sleep. I don’t often consider using the traditional method morbid way of relaxing through meditation and focusing on your steady breathing. If you were to tell me to go try go into […]Read More being in zen mode as an aspie
A few weeks ago, I did something I had never done before thanks to some advice I got from a friend 2 years ago regards to making closures or re-opening on friendships. My friend told me she had reunited with some old contacts from high school on Facebook years after graduating where she fell out […]Read More It was my physical image, not my aspie self
Recently I’ve been trying my luck with finding friendships on Hiki and I’ve gotten to the point where I’m not getting match sup with male spies that want male aspie friends, so I re-edited my match preferences to be female only and off I went trying my luck getting matched with some of the women […]Read More Can a married aspie woman lust over an aspie man behind her neurotypical husband’s back?
A few days ago I decided to watch TikTok compilation videos on YouTube based on autism whether it was related to autism advocacy or acceptance on a regular aspie civilian in this society we live in. From just watching these compilation videos, majority of the intake of selections were female teenagers and adults talking about […]Read More Is it time for autism acceptance to just only focus on females now?
Over my life, I’ve had struggles with accepting loss and not a victory in competition. I can remember as a young primary school boy around 8 years of age where my primary school held its annual sports carnival. Pretty simple sporting activities… tunnel ball, vortex throwing, long jump, high jump; but there was the main […]Read More Slipping into delusional “false victory” fantasies. My experience at school sport carnivals as an aspie
Hey everyone, I haven’t blogged about anything for almost 4 months now since I’ve been busy with life; and not really having anything to share lately as life seems good for me with my autism journey while not not having many ASD traits to juggle since my diagnosis. That this stage the autism spectrum itself […]Read More My aspie blog journey still going since 2018 and the end of Princess Aspien
Yesterday, I went to K-mart to have a browse at the new toys on sale because I’m fascinated with what today’s toy market is bringing to today’s generation of children. I suddenly stumbled across a stall full of board games by Hasbro and it caught my eye with possibly seeing some new board games on […]Read More Triggered by Monopoly For Sore Losers (aspie rant)
Over the past few weeks I’ve been building a friendship with a married woman who is married with her husband for the last 18 years and as a 7 year old son on the spectrum just like his mother and me. I stumbled across her on Instagram when I was browsing through posts that are […]Read More What I learnt after befriending a female aspie who is also a “confused” married woman
This blog article that I’m about to write is going to be the most controversial blog post I’ll ever write because I’ve noticed this has been an issue to some of my male friends and the topic is regarding has too controversial for being so truthful and there could be no rebuttal against what these […]Read More My discovery of the “blackpill movement” on YouTube (aspie rant)
To be honest right now, I’m dealing with it pretty well and positively with working form home in a secure job I have and dealign with the restrictions of only having a few reasons to exit my house (exercise, getting food and supplies, seeking medical treatment or going to work at a workplace as long […]Read More My experience dealing with coronavirus as an aspie