>People blog for different reasons. Some people do it solely for themselves, to process their experiences and document their journeys.
I am not one of those people. While it’s true that I gain a lot from my writings, I don’t really write for myself.
I write for you.
I write so that people learn what autism is like and what it isn’t like. I write to dispel myth and promote truth. I write to clarify and demystify.
That said, my time as a blogger might be coming to and end. For one thing, my meds are making it really, really hard to write. I still enjoy doing it, but I feel like I’m not delivering when it comes to quality, especially. I have 50 followers on this blog, but I’m not really sure that anyone’s reading. And if you’re not reading, I don’t really have a purpose in writing.
If you are here, if I’m wrong, if you do want to read what I have to say, just let me know and I’m happy to oblige. If I’m doing some good through this effort, I want to know it. But if I’m not, it might be time for me to set my keyboard aside.