There are a lot of celebrity death hoaxes out there. I really wish this was one of them. Chester Bennington, the lead singer of an absolutely amazing musical group known as Linkin Park, was going to die of something someday; I know and accept this. Barring some phenomenal breakthrough in science, every single person that I… Continue reading For Chester Bennington
I think what this post boils down to is what 99% of my writing boils down to; respect people. Respect people who live in different household arrangements than you do. Respect people who require different levels of support than you do. Respect people who #adult differently than you do. Respect people. Believe in what they can be with those supports, but respect where they are right now. Don’t purposely make others feel inferior or unworthy.
And that includes yourself.
Most of all yourself.
Your existence is valid, whatever that existence may look like.
You are valid as the person–as the adult–you are, no matter what skills you do or don’t have and how self-sufficient you are or aren’t.
Life is hard, like really, no kidding, soul-crushingly, terrifyingly hard, but life is also beautiful, and you are part of that beauty.
I refuse to give up, and I hope that you refuse to give up, too.
At the moment, I’m luckier than most people expressing their thoughts on this topic. I’m not currently taking any medication (with the exception of the occasional Aleeve for menstrual cramps). Though my quality of life would probably improve if I were to try anti-anxiety medication and found one that worked for me, I will be… Continue reading Some Thoughts On Healthcare in the US
Inspired in part by the amazing work at AutTees and in part by the mountain of advertisements of all sorts that pop up on my newsfeed (everyone’s in the business of selling something these days, it seems), I’ve decided to venture into making (and selling) designs on Zazzle.com. Meet PecanlyDesigns. The designs in my shop… Continue reading PecanlyDesigns ; A New Venture In Idea-sharing
[CW: Ableism, filicide (murder of children), abuse, death]We must make it known that we will not tolerate or accept this.
May there be fewer lives lost to disabled filicide this year, and next year, and every year after that.
Auditory Processing: A system which allows one to discriminate between various auditory stimuli (sounds) and derive meaning from said sounds, bringing to conscious attention those sounds that are the most important/relevant to the given situation. It’s the ability that allows you to dine out with your friends and family in a crowded, noisy restaurant and make… Continue reading “Actually, I Didn’t Hear You”: Auditory Processing Difficulties