I felt a funeral in my brain. I, in silence, some strange race, wrecked—solitary here... I fell down, and down, and hit a world at every plunge. When Solomon explains, "We know depression through metaphors," he is explaining why depression is more common among artistic types. At least for me, art came as an outlet, … Continue reading On Solomon’s “Depression, the secret we share”
When I can't find my words,—when Chase can't find his words—it's not so much that I think we suffer from selective mutism, as it makes me think about other disorders that may or may not share neurological processes with the mysteries I'm trying to solve about our brains... and that puts selective mutism on my … Continue reading When I Can’t Find Words
I found a new DIY self-care project thanks to the video below. I'm not sure if it'd be a good DIY without at least a preliminary knowledge of psychology; but given I studied psychology for my first three years of college, I figure I got this.Famous last words. Also, it's not like prototyping a method … Continue reading Explore 💙 C.E.N. Treatment
Lists of autistic ideas I can explore in stories and blog posts at CleoAutismAwareness.com. Also, is Asperger's Human 2.0?
So far I've succeeded with Tom Selleck's Daily 150-word Challenge, although yesterday, I cut it close. As much as I struggled balancing grading this week, my rhetoric class was awesome as usual. I say it every semester, but 🤣 this is the best college English class I've had so far; I'm so damn lucky! 🤩 I'm not sure … Continue reading Ignore the One-Star Reviews
We have three aquariums now. If Chase seals the leak in the fourth one, I'll grow plants in it, and maybe, eventually, introduce betta fish sorority; or I could finally try those cute ruby shrimp. ½ Truth, ½ Fiction 🐠 An Aquarium Story 🦐 I'm losing-my-mind excited about a third fish tank I bought on a … Continue reading I 💙 Aquariums