I’m at a place where I can look back at our friendship and be grateful for the time that we did have together and all of the support you provided me during some of my most influential years.
We drink to bond with coworkers, friends, family, and lovers. We drink because it feels good.
They’re worth fighting for and keeping in your life. You don’t need someone in your life to make you happy.
You’re not lost, because I’ll always keep searching for you. You’re not incomplete, because you complete me. You’re not insufficient, because you’re ENOUGH for me, for everyone in the world who matters. Please don’t forget that.
It’s easier to be fully invested in the lives of a few friends rather than struggling to keep up with an unnecessary amount.
If we can all begin to realize that people with autism are simply people, just like you and me, we will begin to see people for their hearts and souls.
The party person. The person who you can count on for a last minute invitation for a night out.
The truth is, real friends don’t just appear. They are made.
Not having your entire life planned at 22 is not a bad thing — it’s an open door.
It’s not a bad thing if you have to ask for help once in awhile.