In my almost 26 years living on this planet, it's been a bumpy road and it still is, the journey never ends. For those who don't know, in addition to me having Autism, I do have some anxiety in my family, and I'm no exception to the rule. Just having complete loss of touch of reality is awful, let's put it that way. When I completely go into this anxiety attack stage, It feels like my body just goes completely insane with muscle spasms and shaky hands. It's unbelievable to just have this completely come over me, but it happens from time to time. With me having to speed up things as of late, it's been so much to comprehend that things are getting so much harder to stay on point that things get lost in the shuffle, and it's getting much harder with pressure to find work days as of late that it's become incredibly overwhelming. I absolutely love my current places of work, but with pressure to find even more hours, it's been daunting to pull off, and I'm feeling paranoid. I know with this challenge ahead, I know making progress in accomplishing these tasks is doable, but it will not be easy. It's not an easy journey for many, not just for the neuro-diverse community, but for everyone, and I know people can relate. I'm opening up the comment pool because life is not easy, but I'm hopeful to listen to you for how you coped through a major transition period.
Thanks again, and until the next time, ciao.