The bad older brother. Finale.

I’ve been looking my way out of a morality problem I have had for years. What do I mean? I was a bad older brother. I have Autism and I have had repeat concussions from neglectful parents and occasionally psychotic siblings. As a result my head didn’t work right growing up. Further more being raised by people who struggled with questions of morality and addiction helped nothing as someone who required stability. Then there was Kyle Deroy. The person who offered me that stability.

I made a plan years ago that I was going to bail my brother out. I meant health wise, financially and legally. He has to let me though or he loses this test. I hope he does the right thing because he deserves a great life.

#AutismOblivious Families

No matter how much certain families try. They will never achieve Autism Awareness. Why do I say this? Well as an Autistic person with Non-voting, non-active and Autism oblivious parents. I feel I have suffered an undue hardship.

I get more pressure for independence than I do help for survival. That is not autism awareness. It is a state of autism delusion that some families have. For example with my brother Matt when they sent him to the army. Most Autistic people should not be posted in Cold Lake Alberta where they submit to social isolation because it leads to drastic regression.

A graduation and a Concussion later…. I am on Vacation. Peace!

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My first seizure

I’ve been saying I have had a hard time with my autism in the pandemic. A few nights ago I was sent home from work with a concussion and I went to Hotel dieu got sent home with some nice Advil. “I just want to say a genuine thank you to Hotel Dieu because of them not knowing about CBD and autism. I spent last night thinking I was going to die. Are you autism aware yet?”