Why I write this blog

I am anonymous because I don’t want people to complain to me in person about my blog. I have aspergers, well my diagnosis is P.D.D NOS. This blog is a record of my personal experiences on the autistic spectrum and is written in a way to help moms, dads, and caregivers who help those with aspergers, hfa, and sometimes my blogs can be relevant to pure autism. I answer questions from parents, because if more people understand the way those on the autism spectrum think then those people will know how to interact with us better and be able to teach others. Understanding aspergers is the key to living in harmony for those who are neurotypical and a-typical. Please share this blog with friends and ask me to write blog posts of areas that you would like to learn more about.


4 thoughts on “Why I write this blog

  1. Howard S Sample says:

    Since you have Aspergers, you and I certainly have something in common.

  2. Oceanview says:

    I enjoy your posts. They are helpful for understanding the Aspie mind. I am working to help people with Asperger’s Syndrome make better sense of the world and interact with it successfully (that means to be able to follow their dreams). Thank you for your insight.

    • Francois says:

      What do you mean, “make sense of the world…” ? Does this suggest that we are incapable to think for ourselves?? o_O

      • What I believe oceanview meant was making neurotypical behavior easier to understand, since it doesn’t make sense. Most people are considered neurotypical, also known as normal and they’re hard to understand for those with Aspergers.

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