Progress not perfection;
Hi, I’m Tasha. This is my journey to autonomy. Please see the “blog” page for my writing.
Unmasking my Autism is really difficult: though Autism is present in my every day life it’s very unnoticeable to outsiders. Another childhood abuse story.
I’ve spoken about self diagnosing my own Autism- I’ve never felt like I have any place in the world from the earliest age. I can remember my Autistic traits though a lifetime of being forced to present as Neurotypical to ensure my mother and father didn’t hit me was a completely different story. I’m a … Continue reading Unmasking my Autism is really difficult: though Autism is present in my every day life it’s very unnoticeable to outsiders. Another childhood abuse story.
2020 utilized people’s creativity and the launch of Winnipeg’s Devotion Designs and Co was no different. A one woman company curated by Ashley Lynn, proud dog momma, wifey to be, mental health activist and someone I proudly call my friend. Ashley and her Fiancé Jayson own a English Mastiff named Titan and another handsome fella … Continue reading Devotion Designs: An Up and Coming Handmade in Winnipeg Business
I’m the proud owner of binge eating disorder, something that’s been with me for over two decades. I’ve had binge eating disorder longer than I’ve had any romantic relationship, longer than I lived with either of my parents. Like any toxic relationship with something terrible for me, I’d eventually convinced myself quitting would be impossible. … Continue reading My binge eating disorder origin story: poverty, control and further childhood abuse.
Living Life Being “Too Much” “ Too Emotional” or “Too Sensitive”: Conveying Emotional Pain After Trauma
My ex boyfriend loved saying “would another feelings dump make you feel better” when I was trying to communicate with him during our breakup. Most of our relationship consisted of him labeling me as “too sensitive”, “too emotional” or “too much” whenever it came to needing to communicate how my needs weren’t being met while … Continue reading Living Life Being “Too Much” “ Too Emotional” or “Too Sensitive”: Conveying Emotional Pain After Trauma
Today I’d like to talk briefly about what happens after your child receives a diagnosis dictating Neurodivergence. Wether or not you’re already aware what Neurodivergence is, it becomes your responsibility not only to educate yourself but educate your child on their Neurodivergent brain. I’m lucky to know parents who are advocating to understand their child’s … Continue reading What Happens After Your Child Receives A Neurodivergence Diagnosis: A Parents Responsibility