A look into my life: diagnoses

By Vadim Dovganyuk

Just a quick note beforehand that this will be spread out over several posts. And I won’t be saying any timeframe of how long will be between each post. The reason behind that is actually partially found in this first share. I will try to improve my writing wherever possible. So, constructive criticism send to…

School closed, right to education taken away, the world remains silent

By Vladislav

Most of my friends throughout several countries in Europe have it too: the closing of schools due to COVID. This is what the government here in Poland states: Remote learning, it seems to be a blessing to governments. But as for it being proper education… It really depends on who you are. Let’s take a…

My choice of life and the future

By Vadim Dovganyuk

This is a cross-post, which was first published at my Facebook profile. I usually don’t share more personal parts of my life publicly, instead I tend to keep them to Instagram and Facebook. However, this share was reacted to more actively than any of my shares before. Hopefully you enjoy it as much as my…

My answers to 111 random questions

By Vadim Dovganyuk

A friend sent me these 111 random questions, which I have answered. It’s probably a good way to learn some things about me that you previously didn’t know. Some of the questions have typos. I haven’t fixed those for authenticity. (Neither my own, to be honest…) 1) What’s your full name? – Vadim Dmitrievich Dovganyuk…

My activism, my advocacy, my goal

By Vadim Dovganyuk

For some time I have been mainly sharing translations, and at my social media accounts, apart of YouTube, messages of hope and happiness. It may seem weird, as, to some, that is no activism and advocacy. Well, let me be clear, in the days of today, it is the only effective way of activism and…

Those specific moments

By Vadim Dovganyuk

I am not an open person, never have been, probably also never really will be. It is how I have yet to experience anything really bothersome in terms of cyber safety, as the best way to keeping yourself safe online, is by not opening up too much. If you would read the about page here…

My love and restrictions at Cooking

By Vadim Dovganyuk

Why do people always look weird when they notice I am able to cook? Cooking is one of the most important life skills, so learning it young, that should be an importance to everyone. Sadly however, it is not that important to most parents. Therefore many young persons do not know how to do any…

“What we don’t see, we don’t know”

By Vadim Dovganyuk

Update January 2018: Article improved with help of a friend native to the English language. Update: As my English has improved, so did I notice that what I wrote here was wrong in terminology. The too often clarified misuse of the term “orphan”. I have tried to improve this, but this has taken away some of…

Do not be afraid to just ask

By Vadim Dovganyuk

When I look around only my own living location, it happens so often that people do not dare to ask others anything. I am not like that, if I really want to know anything, I will ask, even when it might not be liked by the other. How would you otherwise ever get an answer?…

I am proud to be different

By Vadim Dovganyuk

I’m autistic… … If that just made you gasp or anything, you are one of the people that makes the problem in “mental health problem”. The list of locations I have lived at is longer than my age, even when you would express the list just by country… Yet, those 15+ locations made something very…