2019 was a really mixed year for me. My Girlfriend of nearly two years left me and I still don’t know what I did wrong. My favorite fireworks show ever ended to be replaced by a glorified pyrotechnic commercial. My favorite place in the world is being torn apart and watered down before my eyes.… Continue reading 2019: Year in review
It has been a year since I last updated my story and I feel I should bring it up to date with this update.Me and my Girlfriend have been seeing each other for a year now and are both very happy. I was forced to withdraw from college due to the fact that there is… Continue reading Postscript: The state of my life
I had started entering the world of online dating about a year before I met the CAP-G Producer. After the falling out I doubled my efforts and for months I had a few close calls but no real success. It was obvious most Neurotypical Girls were not interested in me and I did not disclose… Continue reading Epilogue: New Hope
Where To now? Since leaving Vanguard and losing so many people who meant so much to me, I have continued to try to live as best I can. I completed an Audio production course in College and with my Uncle John made my first big serious recording, a cover of the Beatles, “If I Fell.”… Continue reading Chapter 11″ Where to now?”
In Mid-August 2010 I suddenly realized that there were people my age and younger who were already living by themselves, halfway through College and higher up on the social ladder than I was. My years of trying to escape adulthood had caught up with me and the reality of my situation sunk in. … Continue reading Chapter 10:What happened?
During Summer 2008, it felt like a whole new world was within my grasp. I felt a sense of accomplishment for my graduation yet was relieved that I still had some sort of program at Vanguard to keep me grounded with my past. I don’t think it would have been comfortable me at that time… Continue reading Chapter 9-In Business
In one moment at the end of the camp I hated, I instantly became a more empathetic and caring person. I also began to realize that I was not “one of them,” that I was my own person. I learned to empathize with them but I knew that I had my own potential and that… Continue reading Chapter 8-The Amazing Turn-around