Way-finding with Autism, ADHD and OCPD

As I continue to study my past now that I have received my diagnosis, I uncover strange and sad facts and patterns that clearly confirms why I had such a difficult life.

I listed all the different houses I can remember since I was a child. I ended up counting 42 houses. That means I moved on average once a year my entire life. No wonder I felt like an empty shopping bag blowing in the wind….

Here is an interesting article explaining what impact change has on someone on the spectrum.

At least now I know that I can settle and structure my life so that it serves my mental health in the best way.



5 responses to “Way-finding with Autism, ADHD and OCPD”

  1. Johnny Profane Âû Avatar

    I had a similar background.

    The biggest impacts were always being the new, “weird” kid.

    Students. And… maybe more… teachers.

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