Excellent book for those who are learning they are a masked autistic, and very informative for friends and family. Having the author read it was amazing!
Provides a personal and professional look at the Autistic experience. This book is not the traditional stereotypical explanation of autism; but rather an eye opening narrative of different ways autism looks and how it feels to be neurodivergent. As someone who was diagnosed in my early 20s, this book has made me feel less alone and less broken and a great aid in further exploring myself and my neurodivergence. Being a queer, trans man, I especially appreciate the acknowledgment of Queer/Autistic intersectionality.
I recommend this book to Autistic people as well as their friends and family members to better understand the Autistic Experience.
I enjoyed that the book was narrated by the author, giving it a more personal and natural feeling.
really enjoying this book author does a great job of reading the book very authentic
100/10. would recommend to EVERYONE. it’ll be either an eye-opening, educational, therapeutic experience. or just an educational opportunity. either way it’s a win for personal growth.
This kinda was life changing. Incredibly well put together. Incredibly validating. More of this.
absolutely wonderful. never felt more heard of understood in my life. wonderful read for anyone who was diagnosed late. Ive had ADHD my entire life and was just diagnosed with ASD so hearing them cover the comorbid rate of both ways nice as well. recommended to anyone who was late diagnosed or suspecting.
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