Hello, kids! I was diagnosed with asperger 4 months ago and it has been a riot of feelings, trying to understand everything.
It explains a lot. I have been told that my creative intelligence is also very high, more than 98 % percent of people's.
I've been encouraged to see it as a gift and a gift is what I'm hoping to provide through my very much treasured project : a comic book, a graphic book with a wonderful story through my beautiful witch named Quina.
I know that there aremany struggles regarding autism. For living some of them right now, it's not simple. But I've been praised for my art and I believe in myself.
I'm very gentle, kind, I pay attention to the small lives around me, observing and learning so much. I'm someone to be proud of and I want to remember it.
To you who is doubtul of the best of you, know that I can doubt with you. But I can also believe with you and I pray that we make the best of the time we are granted to live on Earth in this wide, beautiful universe.
Although I don’t know my story,
It doesn’t hold me back from trying to achieve glory,
I may not know who I am nor where I am from,
That won’t hold me back from what I am to become,
Dream & Aspire,
Because right now, circumstances are dire,
Chest is on fire
The vision is lit,
Even if you don’t feel yourself to be fit,
Go ahead with that risky hit,
Life comes only once,
So, don’t spend it all in the corner like a dunce
Go get it girl
Though you may not know how to dance,
Still, give it a try and twirl
On your mark, get ready, set and go
Take a chance and advance #Hope #Inspiration #Motivation #passion #dreams #PTSDSupportAndRecovery #Anxiety #Depression #insecurity #SelfDoubt #ImposterSyndrome #Confidence #Believe
A lot has been said over the past few years about taking in as much on your plate as you can possibly complete at any given time. So this gave way to promoting the culture of saying No when it is most required. And it is an amazing thing to do to take care of your mental health. To make sure you are not slogging off more than required. It helps you focus on a lot of other things in life that need looking into. And honestly it's a great way to de-stress as well.
Now while we have promoted the idea of Saying NO to a really large extent. No one is talking about how to “Accept” a No. Let's face it.. it does a lot of damage to your mental health as well when you are on the opposite end of that table. And that part has not been looked into as much.
We humans have a habit of planning things way ahead. 5 year goals , 10 year goals and what not. But what do you do when you miss just one of them by a mere issue of luck or technicality or whatever you want to term it. For us highly structured creatures, the world comes crashing down. We feel that years and years of efforts and hard work have all led us to Nothing. It's really stupid how we stop looking just a step ahead. Just around the curb is the History you were meant to make. If you stop here, thinking that's the end of the road. You just never get there. And No it's not the fault of the singular person who made a decision at that point that you have not become the person you envisioned yourself to be. It is rather You. Coz Battles are not lost because of the enemy's strength. You lose your battle the moment you lose the confidence and conviction on Yourself.
What would the world be like if Edison gave up after his first attempt? Would the world have known the Magical world of Harry Potter it so dearly loved if J K Rowling gave up the 1st time some editor rejected her manuscript? It is a very crucial skill that we need to develop in today's day. Yes, Resilience is a Skill. It is a much demanded skill as the world goes through massive recession, wars and what not. How you process a failure, a rejection or any form of a “No” is pivotal in changing the world’s economic landscape.
Mental illness is not something to be taken lightly. I've seen good people go bad as a result of their mental health, but what I'm trying to say today is that you should never let your mental health define who you are. Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement, and without it, nothing is possible. Great minds, such as John Forbes Nash Jr., an American mathematician who suffered from schizophrenia for a long time, overcame this challenge and made groundbreaking economic discoveries. Nothing can beat a determined soul; this is proof of optimism.
You can do it!!
Life hasn't been easy for me for almost eight years now. I've had all kinds of pains, starting with my stomach. I always felt as if something was burning inside my stomach, so I went to the hospital, but nothing was found, and that's when my depression began. This pain lasted three years as I tried various solutions to my problem until one day I came across a doctor who diagnosed me and treated me, but things got even worse when I had this panic attack. After witnessing a terrible situation for nearly four years now, I have suffered from a variety of mental illnesses, including depression, anxiety,occipital neuralgia, migraines, headaches, and alcoholism; at times, I even have suicidal thoughts. I've tried everything, but nothing seems to be working, but I've made a promise to myself not to give up no matter what.
And I believe that everything will be fine someday... I am a lifelong optimist who never gives up.