In 2017, Dr. Carolivia Herron read a dialogue we had written about an event seven years past. In it, we discuss bullying and how we as people respond to harm. Backstory When I was in 13, I was a student in a home school class that Dr. Carolivia Herron taught. I was 13 years oldContinue reading “Duck Tape”
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The collared button-down makes my white anglo-saxon protestant (WASP) heritage happy. It is business professional. It is dressed up. I like layering it over a comfy shirt with 3/4 length sleeves. As long as the shirt underneath fits and is a neutral color that pairs with the outfit, it brings that quirkiness that is honestContinue reading “Clothes”
Social Skills Classes and the Holy Grail
“I want to figure out an algorithm on how to interact with people appropriately based on who they are and the situation. How they react.” I was speaking to a professor in the Communication dept. about what I wanted to do. I wanted to create an algorithm for autistic people to know how to react.Continue reading “Social Skills Classes and the Holy Grail”
How do I choose me? How do I find the self I was robbed of?