Keeping a level head when things go south.
Movies: Absolute Giganten, Donnie Darko, The perks of being a wall flower, Superbad, Star Wars and all kinds of animated ones like How to tame your dragon. Oh and 80s movies like the Breakfast club. Documentaries like the GEO 360° reports on Arte (which is by the way probable the only thing I watch on TV). Films by Kaurismäki with their great situational comedy. Jim Jarmush's stuff, too, especially Ghost Dog. I was fascinated by Tarkowski's Stalker.
Shows: Rick and Morty, Family Guy, Better Call Saul, Simpsons, Game of Thrones
Anime: Guardian of the Spirit, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Full Metal Alchemist, Elfenlied, One Piece, Death Note
Games: Eve Online, the Gothic and Risen Series, Grand Theft Auto, RPGs
Music: I mainly listen to electro of all kinds (however mainly progressive and trance) but also from time to time classical music or classic rock like Pink Floyd. And Faun, especially the older stuff before the signed at a major lable (Ah this sounds so pretentious and hipster-ish ;)
Food: Italian, Mexican, Indian, Sushi, Salads
My family and their support.
Coffee and enough sleep, the first getting more and more important when the latter is not achievable (like during the week).
Humor and sarcasm
How the handicap changes the view on things, for example how it detaches you from what society thinks would be normal. Like the definition of oneself through money, the job, where you live and the constant striving to get better, higher, greater. A person is not defined by what one has or does but by what one is.
And you have to be open and tolerant regarding my handicap.