To me it all seems linear though. And the life experiences and choices that brought me to each place all made a certain sense at the time. They were stressful, big life changes. But looking back on them together, they are starting to tell a story together. A story of personal growth, hard-won strength, and a lot of uphill battles in between. I'm okay with that. I'm also, finally, okay with the inevitable fact that this same concoction of ridiculously-stressful life stuff will continue for an indefinite amount of time. It's the way I live, and deal with what comes.
So what brought me to Vancouver? Family. Autism programs. Socialized medicine. Emotional support needs. And divorce (number 2). But mostly family. The other stuff just moved up my timeline, especially that last one.
What brought me to Back to Bliss? Autism. And my need to be able to bring order to my environment when so many things are not in my control. And then, because I am good at it, other people wanting the same for themselves.
This blog is developing twofold. It's a way for me to share my experiences and my background. And a way to share how I bring order to an otherwise rather chaotic life. Feel free to share your stories, your thoughts, and your ways of order.