By Caiseal Mór
Transforming into up in Australia within the Seventies, Caiseal Mor was once labelled 'retarded' and 'an idiot', and his mom and dad have been ended in think that actual punishment may possibly remedy his autism. during this brave and desirable autobiography, Mor vividly captures his early stories of dissociation from his precise lifestyles - a standard response by way of childrens struggling with repeated abuse - and a few of the personas during which he lived via in his youngsters and early maturity - the Mahjee, Charles P. Puddlejumper, Marco Polo and Chameleon Feeble. The rocky direction in the direction of gaining knowledge of his actual id and at last accepting himself takes him on a religious pilgrimage through numerous varied international locations, as soon as approximately getting stuck unwittingly wearing medicinal drugs over the Moroccan border; forming relationships with humans he meets yet quite often misjudges; to the revelation - the awakening - of affection and recognition.
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Then one night as I was drifting off into my own world sitting on my chair at the window a terrifying thing happened. My worst fears became reality. Without warning, a wild face suddenly appeared. It had huge 47 black eyes surrounded with circles of grey-brown. There were yellow fangs and a purple tongue protruding from black lips. Two tiny black hands pressed against the glass. If I saw that face today, I’d instantly recognise it as a ring-tail possum. I should’ve recognised it back then but I was very jumpy.
I didn’t want to socialise or be forced to be somewhere I wasn’t familiar with. However, Mother was eager to get rid of me for six hours a day. In the weeks leading up to my first day, whenever school was mentioned I’d begin screaming. I’d throw things around – chairs, crockery, pots, pans – anything I could get my hands on. I’d bite myself on the arm until I drew blood. I’d tear at my own ears because I had no hair to grab hold of. I slammed a door into the wall and left a hole in the fibro where the handle struck it.
I asked him who’d cut off his beak. Mother was horrified. She slapped me hard in the face and told me to say sorry. As soon as I’d apologised she dragged me outside. She said he was a soldier who’d been a prisoner of war and I shouldn’t say such awful things. I wanted to be a soldier. Then everyone would be polite to me. I said much worse things. If I noticed someone telling a lie, I’d pipe up and point it out. I copped my first taste of the strap for that. Father didn’t like being contradicted in front of his elder sister.
A Blessing and a Curse: Autism and Me by Caiseal Mór