AUTISTIC NICK AND HIS ANXIETY RASH

AUTISTIC NICK AND HIS ANXIETY RASH I tried everything to take my mind off it, in the car journey to work yesterday. I didn’t once think of the word FACE MASK. I chatted with my support worker about anything and everything I could think of during our 45-minute car journey to my place of work.… Continue reading AUTISTIC NICK AND HIS ANXIETY RASH

HOW AUTISTIC NICK IS ATTEMPTING TO COPE WITH WEARING A FACE MASK

HOW AUTISTIC NICK IS ATTEMPTING TO COPE WITH WEARING A FACE MASK A can of coke sits inside a cold fridge. The can remains unopened. An average day plays out. Nothing is happening, apart from the hot sun shining. The humidity is high, but all is quiet. Then the news comes on and a mandatory… Continue reading HOW AUTISTIC NICK IS ATTEMPTING TO COPE WITH WEARING A FACE MASK

HOW AUTISTIC NICK IS PREPARING TO GO BACK TO WORK

HOW AUTISTIC NICK IS PREPARING TO GO BACK TO WORK Ahh the Christmas Holidays, gone are the days of wrapping up in warm clothes, and hurrying out of your front door and your boot/shoe hitting the crisp white snow that has freshly fallen onto the ground. As you walk towards the shops, you smile and… Continue reading HOW AUTISTIC NICK IS PREPARING TO GO BACK TO WORK

AUTISTIC NICK’S GUIDE TO HOW BEST TO COMMUNICATE WITH HIM

AUTISTIC NICK’S GUIDE TO HOW BEST TO COMMUNICATE WITH HIM Communicating as an Autistic person is an exhausting process, it is more hard work for people with Autism. We’ve got to remember such a lot of things and pick up on social cues and it’s a tiring part of our daily life. But we do… Continue reading AUTISTIC NICK’S GUIDE TO HOW BEST TO COMMUNICATE WITH HIM

How Autistic Nick Attempts to Process His Autistic Emotions

How Autistic Nick Attempts To Process His Autistic Emotions Being angry and emotional is not something that I have felt in a long time. It can be hard for me to process my anger when a situation arises that I have no control over. I feel like I am alone, and I am often unsure… Continue reading How Autistic Nick Attempts to Process His Autistic Emotions