There's so much more to learn
I watched an incredible movie/documentary, about a woman who has 7 kids, all autistic, some of whom also suffered with dyslexia. Not only was this documentary real, honest and raw, as the director spent 3 years filming the family every day, as they continued with their lives. Brilliantly edited, an undisputeably mind blowing documentary/film, is … Continue reading The Kingdom of Us.
In our feeble attempts to make 'normal' people understand mentally ill people, we mostly just end up alone. It seems to slip everyone who is supposed to be 'normal's' minds, that we don't function think or feel the same way about 'stuff' as they do. Not because we're selfish, self centered, stupid, retarded, or vain, … Continue reading Beautiful Broken Minds