I’m Not Angry About Not Being Diagnosed Autistic As A Child

I’m angry about not being allowed to be different and be myself

Photo by Caroline Hernandez on Unsplash

The rite of passage for newly-diagnosed autistic adults typically includes feelings of regret and anger that they were not diagnosed as a child, or at least earlier in life.

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Jae L

A keen observer of life, here to put in my two cents worth. I write about neurodiversity, relationships and LGBTQ issues. justinetangerine999@gmail.com