19 Y.O Autistic Trans Make ADHD, Anxiety, Tic Disorder Musician, Songwriter, Chef, Actor, and Influencer. I sing songs, talk about my life and say whats on my mind
I want to share this story since this is how I feel 24/7 living each day in my dysfunctional family home; and if anyone would care about how I feel on a daily basis and maybe is looking to understand, or to relate to my story. I am adopted, and I have two white parents, and a biological brother currently in my bungalow house in Chicago. Prior to being officially adopted, I have lived with my parents at 3.5 years old and I came along with my brother for an original emergency two-week stay, under the custody of DCFS. This time, it was very challenging since I was critically ill, non-verbal, and poorly coordinated due to the severe neglect I had faced by my biological parents who were both addicted to, and sold drugs. The first two weeks were filled with back and forth doctors, and hospital stays and visits. In addition, I was also diagnosed with Autism, and at the time was non-verbal and without any of the proper therapies and interventions, to improve my conditions, I would have been non-verbal, and in a wheelchair. With the hundreds of doctors appointments and back to back hospital stays with intensive therapies I went from being completely immoble and non-verbal to walking, and talking today. However growing up to now be almost-20 years old has been a curse in disguise. Prior to being 20, and to fill everyone in on being adopted; Anyone can say they love you enough just to give up on you. I had to face this at the age of 15 years old. At the time, I was going through an all-time low on both my mental and physical health. The cause of this was being moved from a Catholic high school, to a public school; feelings of guilt and fear when my sister engaged with drugs, and a possible gang initation, and the effects of my parents losing both their coroporate jobs. We also had a lot of family fights.
Hey Everyone, My name is Nikolas Taylor. If you are new, and really want to know about me, I am Autistic, Openly Trans, hard of hearing, have ADHD, and Anxiety. If you don't know; now you know. I also am a country artist, singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. Now I want to address what happened on Friday, and what happened and will happen in the long term. First off, I hate the fact of what happened on Friday. I have no words but one definition if I could name one thing, in one word with what happened on Friday. Terrorism. Not "patriotism", "an exercise of the 1st Amendment". Just the terrible T word. I watched the live new stories. I saw the scared congress members, innocent newscasters, and countless women children, and innocent families who have been unintentionally affected by this satanic behavior that has sadly killed people. I am talking about mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, uncles, aunts, and each family that was affected by this domestic attack within our own country. I was convinced that there was also going to be another tragedy that happened in the same area; and I was only eight months when each plan, and one of them struck our nations capital twenty years ago and four months later.