Perception [And Yesterday’s Troubles]

Our perception and the events in our lives make us who we are.
We have a choice to react negatively or not at all to life’s events.
We also have a choice to believe that we can change those events by changing our perception of those events.
Its all in the way we think about it and how we present it to others that makes the difference.

Yesterday was not a very good day for me my medication gave me a bad tip. One thing I hate the most is not having control over my own thoughts or my reality as for yesterday that was my whole issue. I fought delusions and hallucinations for years but recently that’s all gone away until yesterday. I think what’s worst for me is I know if I’m not right in my head, though I try to fight or if its to much I ask for help. I did just that and thanks to my family and support team, my in home worker came to my rescue. I decided to stop taking one of my pain meds that caused my issues yesterday. I would rather live with my chronic pain then lose touch with my reality. Just goes to tell you that not all medications work for everyone. 

About Amanda D Shelton

Welcome Bat Brat's. I am the author of this page. I write poetry, I also create digital art. I am disabled I suffer from high functioning autism, cellular nerve damage, Dystonia, and Muscle dystrophy. My writing is a reflection of my thoughts and experiences. I blog because I love writing. I write because it's the way I learned how to express myself. I have difficulty relating to people. Poetry makes it possible for me to learn how to communicate. I have been told I am exhausting to speak to because I have a lot to say. My IQ is above 200. I was diagnosed at the age of 33 with high functioning autism and Autistic Savant Syndrome. I make friends very easily because I don't have boundaries and I am not shy. I am very honest and welcoming. I love people and animals. I always look forward to writing in my blog Gothic Realms | Dark Visions In The Night. I hope to see you there. Feel free to leave a comment and like my posts. Until we meet again I will be waiting eagerly and patiently.
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