**Guest Post** My good friend Tamar tells her story of being a parent with an autistic child and celebrates how far he’s come
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Throughout my time seeking help for my mental health, my intelligence has always been an issue. I'm seen as too academic or too well spoken to have problems. This attitude needs to change.
Having ADHD and being on the Autistic spectrum, I sometimes suffer from audio sensitivity really badly. But how do I cope with something that can be so crippling?
I recently had a tattoo on my arm and this is the meaning behind the quote I now have permanently on my body.
A few months ago, I was wishing I could get rid of my ADHD and live a normal life but what do I think now? Do I still wish I was completely 'normal'?