This is just a rant about some (more) difficulties I've run into lately.
The third and final part of this series
In a week I've got to go for a follow up appointment with the person who gave me the official ASD diagnosis. It made me think maybe I should talk about my diagnosis in more detail. So here we go!
Passing and masking are two words used to describe when a neuroatypical person appears to be acting neurotypical, and no one realises they have are neuroatypical. I used to think I was fairly good at that.
Feeling a bit better than I was before.
This is just a rant about some difficulties I've run into lately.
When I was researching Autism/Asperger's before my own diagnosis I was led to believe it would be years of frustration and pleading with doctors to just listen to what I was saying. In reality the most frustrating part was the waiting.