Oh yeah

So I am editing categories, reorganising this site, and all of a sudden, my browser resolution blows up, forcing me to decrease the browser view from 100% because stuff won’t fit onto my screen.

Yep, that too has happened many times before. Yep, I think it’s another hacker thing, some kind of message along the lines of “see the bigger picture”. As seen through whose eyes? My views are as valid as anyone else’s. And vice versa.

But maybe I am lucky and it will turn out to be a mere technology hiccup.

Change of tack

On the one hand, I want to document the weirdness that is going on in my life so that there may be people “out there” who know that this is going on and, also, to protect myself against any potential negative side effects on my life of other people’s neurodiversity.

By the latter, I mean that while I accept people with NPD and do not blame them for having NPD, I also know – have learned – that having NPD can make a person feel very vulnerable and also very vengeful.

Locally, I have been through a large number of increasingly high-impact “set-up days”. Abroad, I know someone else who’s admitted to “always scheming”.

On the other hand, I don’t want to whine and whine and whine and whine and worry and worry. I want my life back – or at least have A life again (and that statement is totally unrelated to the lockdowns) and whining and whining and worrying is not going to accomplish that.

So I will do both. I don’t want to be dismissed locally as “a foreign older woman who gets delusional under stress” and/or “who merely imagines that she went to university but obviously never did”.

The logical thing to do with all of this is admit and accept that I am now an inclusivity, (neuro)diversity and equality maven.