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Tale of 1000 Meltdowns

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Blog - Tale of 1000 Meltdowns


Just an Aspie girl in the pursuit of acceptance, happiness, and love! I have stopped pretending to be normal and have focused on learning how to regulate my nervous system, for this is one of the best things you can do for yourself if you have autism. One of the things I found that helped me to calm down was stuffed animals. Stuffed animals were one of my childhood and aspie obsessions that I had given up in order to be more grown up and normal.

Get to know me:

I’m Miriam M. I am a 21 year old asperger female. I was diagnosed by a psychiatric physician when I was 11 years old as having high functioning aspergers syndrome. I was not accepting of this diagnosis until I was 19 years old when I had a huge mega meltdown and my mother told me to read a book on aspergers for myself. When I read the book I was amazed and couldn’t believe I had been in denial all those years. I proceeded to read all the books my public library had on aspergers, such an aspie thing, and started reading other aspie blogs. So now I have fully accepted my aspergers and want to share my experiences as an asperger female with others. I hope that with this blog I give people living on the spectrum and off of it just a little insight into what it’s like living with aspergers syndrome on a daily basis. I plan on blogging daily as much as possible and will tell you when I have to skip a day, so check in often.


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