Why we should be confident in ourselves

Confidence has been a touchy topic for me most of my life. I have always found it quite difficult to be confident in myself. A lot of this comes from a basic human trait, that we feel the need to compare ourselves to others. This is a problem because it prevents us from being happyContinue reading “Why we should be confident in ourselves”

The struggle to be accepted for who we are…

As people with neurological differences, we face some obstacles in society. A lot of these relate to other people not understanding why we do what we do and why we think the way that we do. We are different, not less. We deserve to be treated with respect and dignity. We have the power toContinue reading “The struggle to be accepted for who we are…”

Dealing with the return to university

After three weeks off for winter break, it’s definitely an adjustment returning to university again. I’ve also been having some focus problems while in class and studying due to my ADHD, so I’m trying to deal with that right now. But overall the return has been going decent, I have new classes this term andContinue reading “Dealing with the return to university”

Why everyone should try to make a difference

In my opinion, I think everyone should try and make a positive difference in the world. Even if it is just something small like saying a nice comment or giving a dollar to a homeless person, these acts of kindness add up to create a difference in the world. There are 7 billion people onContinue reading “Why everyone should try to make a difference”