In this second entry of Subtly Subjective, Subtle discusses their time with Super Mario Galaxy on the Wii. (Featured image description: Two white men wearing blue overalls. The man in front is wearing a red hat and is holding a star. The man behind is wearing a green hat and is doing an arm punch. Background is mostly blue.)
In this post, Subtle talks a bit about masking as part of the #TakeTheMaskOff campaign in the autistic community. (Image description: Five figures are standing in a line. The one in the middle is red and has a magnifying glass over their face.)
In this post, Subtle talks about what they believe defines family. (Featured image description: A family of four are jumping up off the grass while facing the sun. Bright sunlight shines down on them. The shadows of them, and a tree is towards the bottom of the image.)
In this post, Subtle talks about how they learnt to re-embrace stimming, (Image description: Three black birds flying in the sky with their wings spread out. Background is a blue sky with clouds.)
In this post, Subtle discusses why we need autism acceptance in light of the recent BFI incident during Autism Awareness Month 2018.
In this post, Subtle discusses changing approaches to various situations and what it means in the context of do-overs.
This post I will talk a bit more about my relationship experience (or lack of) in the hope that somebody can learn from it.
Today’s post will talk a bit about learning limitations in relation to autism as this is something that I had come to realise quite recently and would like to share some thoughts.
The first post of 2018 on this blog will briefly discuss the importance of self-awareness and why it’s important for autistic people to develop this skill. This is something that I have personally undergone a lot lately so it has given me food for thought, hence the inspiration for this post.
Hi all, Today’s post will be breaking an unintended post drought as I am currently recovering from a burnout during my term at university and I’d like to talk about it in the hope that people will understand it a bit more. The following is written from the perspective of an autistic/ADHD student in the … Continue reading University Education & Autistic Burnout