Our Butterfly Friend

A creative nonfiction telling of a childhood friends' death.

two orange and black butterflies resting on pink flowers
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Writing is a process of imagination, creativity, and execution. However, being neurodivergent can help or sometimes hinder the creative flow. As autistic adults that are also a DID system, we struggle with writers’ block. Writing prompts are a great way to break the procrastination and rediscover your imagination. The writing prompts are from Reedsy and we will be…

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We are autistic members of the disability community and hold various mental health diagnoses. We are advocates for social justice, writers and scholars of life.

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We are autistic members of the disability community and hold various mental health diagnoses. We are advocates for social justice, writers and scholars of life.

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