- Posted April 4, 2012 by
University Place, Washington
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Life with autism: Share your story
My life with Autism
- ssesha, CNN iReport producer
Okay now, on to the seriousness. Life with Austism/Asperger's is just as normal as it can be. I don't think of myself as a diseased or handicapped person. In fact I see this as a blessing, cause I have a unique world view, and it's cause of that view that people come to me for guidance and help because I'll give them the answers they need. It's part of why I'm working on getting my MDiv (Masters of Divinity). I've worked hard to get where I am, it's been a struggle, but because of that it's made me a stronger person, and people look up to and respect me because of that.