The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Asperger’s / autistic people (*one* autistic person): A manual for non-autistic people 

Despite our differences (which are invariably extant), this sounds familiar. 🙂

the silent wave

I’m not sure if this post is going to take on a more humorous and satirical or a more serious and educational path. I guess what I’m trying to say here is: be prepared for anything. 🙂

Disclaimer: as usual, lest it not be a given, I’m writing this from my own perspective, based on my own experiences and knowledge base. I’m also often short on vocabularical variety (except that I just made up a word! Lol), which means that I might use terms or ideas that some might consider ableist or whatever. I might use terminology that might get misinterpreted as age-based or function-level-based. As usual, please know that that’s not my intent. The truth is, I usually have just enough mental steam (think: spoons) to express myself pretty directly (almost to a fault). So, please bear with me and stuff.

OK, disclaimers made, now moving on…

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3 thoughts on “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Asperger’s / autistic people (*one* autistic person): A manual for non-autistic people 

      1. I totally hear ya! I’m slamming-busy at work all day today, and through lunchtime tomorrow, but then it quiets down and I can settle in and keep catching up 😉

        So glad you’re doing well!! Want to talk sometime soon, like in the morning later this week or sometime during the next weekend? 😁💜

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