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7 Autistic Signs Everyone Missed in Me as a Child And Teenager

#6 Meltdowns

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After reading this article, I decided it was about time I wrote about some signs of Autism I had as a child. I read online that writing the signs you had as a child makes it easier to get a diagnosis.

I filled several pages with moments from my childhood and teenage years that tied to me being autistic. I threw…




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Ines May

Veterinarian, diagnosed with autism at 27, writing to figure life. E-mail me at Become a member:

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