In life, people expect you to look at them. Not just a glance when you first meet them; but if you are interacting with them, then it’s expected that you periodically look at them so that they know that you’re still listening. I find this so difficult. Just them looking at me I find difficult … Continue reading Living with mental illness- Eye contact, personal space and sensory issues..
So, before I get on my soapbox in this blog, I’m going to begin where it all started for me. I remember being 9 and thinking ‘9 years of age must be the hardest year when growing up’ – I think I was depressed already. Fast forwards 2 years, 11 years old. I got a … Continue reading THE BEGINNING..