Twists in the Road


People are afraid of the unknown. Its just a fact. What’s worse when watching a movie, the preparation of expecting a jump scare, or the actual horror? What about the anticipation of a life altering event? We feel our hearts race in nervousness, we might get anxious, be unable to sleep, or think straight, or feel super cold or hot. But when it’s over, it’s truly over, and there’s a sense of relief regardless of the outcome. You’re stronger than this, this obstacle in your path. Its temporary. There was a before, and there will be an afterwards.

Unknowns can come with large or small amounts of knowledge regarding what the outcome on the other side appears to be. But is it really the unknown that we are afraid of, or simply the change that always follows such an event?

Change is also scary, because, well, change can be permanent…

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My name is Nathan Young. I'm the founder of the Autism Candles project. I am a self-advocate. The candle project exist to make a statement about inclusion and opportunity. My email is Feel free to contact me.


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